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100 1  Wall, Derek.,|eauthor. 
245 10 Elinor Ostrom's rules for radicals :|bcooperative 
       alternatives beyond markets and states /|cDerek Wall. 
246 30 Rules for radicals 
264  1 London :|bPluto Press,|c2017. 
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505 0  Elinor Ostrom's radical life -- The commons : from tragedy
       to triumph -- Climate change, ecology and green politics -
       - Beyond markets and states -- Deep democracy -- Feminism 
       and intersectionality -- Trust and cooperation -- Science 
       for the people -- Transforming institutions -- Conflict 
       and constestation. 
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520    Elinor Ostrom was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize 
       for Economics. Her theorising of the commons has been 
       celebrated as groundbreaking and opening the way for non-
       capitalist economic alternatives, yet, many radicals know 
       little about her.This book redresses this, revealing the 
       indispensability of her work for green politics, left 
       economics and radical democracy.  Ostrom has often been 
       viewed as a conservative or managerial thinker; but Derek 
       Wall’s analysis of her work reveals a how itis invaluable 
       for developing a left political programme in the twenty-
       first century. Central to Ostrom’s work was the move 
       ‘beyond panaceas’; transforming institutions to widen 
       participation, promote diversity and favour cooperation 
       overcompetition. She regularly challenged academia as 
       individualist, narrow and elitist and promoted a radical 
       take on education, based on participation. Her 
       investigations into how we share finite resources has 
       radical implications for the Green movement and her rubric
       for a functioning collective ownership is highly relevant 
       in order in achieving radical social change.   As 
       activists continue to reject traditional models of 
       centralised power, Ostrom’s work will become even more 
       vital, offering a guide tocreating economics that exists 
       beyond markets and states. 
600 10 Ostrom, Elinor. 
650  0 Ecology|xEconomic aspects. 
650  0 Economics. 
650  0 Radicalism. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aWall, Derek.|tElinor Ostrom's rules for 
       radicals.|dLondon : Pluto Press, 2017|z9780745399362
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       detail.action?docID=5390829|zGo to ebook 
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