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Research as the Commons: Elinor Ostrom (tags)
Elinor Ostrom was well-known in 2009 when she was the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize for economics. In her analysis of governance of the commons, she put in question the past economic model that common goods can only be managed successfully by the market or the state.
The Rise and Fall and Rise of Great Public Spaces (tags)
"Copenhagen’s comeback gives hope to people around the world who want to make sure that lively public places don’t disappear in this era of rampant traffic, proliferating privatization and heightened security..."
International Day for Eradication of Poverty and Chris Hedges (tags)
Since 2000, October 17 has been the United Nation's International Day for Eradication of Poverty.
The Struggle for the Commons (tags)
"The commons is an old value that?s resurfacing as a fresh approach to twenty-first-century crises such as escalating economic inequality, looming ecological disruption and worsening social alienation."
And the Winner Is... The Public Sector (tags)
Conventional wisdom insists that the private sector is much more efficient than government-run programs. David Morris shows that privatization is actually more expensive when it comes to Medicare, student loans and the military.
Another Capitalism (tags)
The system itself is degenerate. The great financial crisis is the trigger for seeking another capitalism. Deregulation becomes an end-in-itself; the state per se is of the devil. The state should be taken seriously as a production factor.