Oktober 27, 2009

Ostrom zum Dritten

"The selection of Elinor Ostrom as co-recipient of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Economics will do much to advance anarchist theory among people who traffic in ideas.  Ostrom is being cited for her work on the management of common pool resources, or 'commons', and should inspire more thinkers to recognize the potential for solutions to problems that seem immune to both private property and government property solutions." (weiter hier).

Siehe auch "Nobel Prize in Anarchy" auf Omniorthogonal.

Ich selber habe mir das Buch Governing the commons aus dem Jahr 1990 bestellt, und werde mich gegebenenfalls an dieser Stelle dazu äussern.

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