Sustaining-the-Commons-v101
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Sustaining-the-Commons-v101

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Table of Contents
  • Preface
  • I Theoretical background
    • Why Study the Commons?
      • What are the commons?
      • The tragedy
      • The common pasture of Hardin
      • The tragedy is not inevitable
      • Plan of the book
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
    • Defining Institutions
      • Overview
      • Institutional diversity
      • How to analyze institutions?
      • Action arenas and institutional analysis
      • Context of the action arena
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
    • Action Arenas and Action Situations
      • Action arenas
      • The basic working parts of action situations
        • Participants
        • Positions
        • Potential outcomes
        • Actions
        • Control
        • Information about the action situation
        • Costs and benefits
        • Linking action situations
        • Outcomes
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
    • Social Dilemmas
      • Introduction
      • Prisoner's dilemma
      • Social dilemmas as an action situation
      • Coordination games
      • A typology of goods
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
  • II Case Studies
    • Water Governance
      • Introduction
      • Water scarcity
      • Water abundance
      • Distribution of water: irrigation
      • Water pollution
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
    • Harvesting the Commons
      • Introduction
      • Domesticated animals
      • Wild animals
      • Forests
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
    • Design Principles to Sustain the Commons
      • Introduction
      • Institutional design principles
      • Examples of design principles
        • Well-defined boundaries
        • Proportional equivalence between benefits and costs
        • Collective-choice arrangements
        • Monitoring
        • Graduated sanctions
        • Conflict-resolution mechanisms
        • Minimal recognition of rights
        • Nested enterprises
      • Using design principles in practice
      • Threats to sustainable use of the commons
        • Rapid exogenous changes
        • Translation failures
        • Blueprint thinking
        • Corruption and rent seeking
        • Lack of large-scale supportive institutions
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
  • III Human Behavior
    • Social Dilemmas in the Laboratory
      • Experiments in social science
      • The trust game
      • How people make decisions
      • Ultimatum and dictator games
      • Bringing the lab to the field
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
    • Self-governance in the laboratory
      • Introduction
      • Common-pool resource action situations
      • Changing the CPR action situation
        • Communication
        • Costly sanctioning
      • CPR experiments in the field
      • More dynamic CPR experiments
      • Public good action situations
      • Communication and costly sanctioning
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
  • IV Rules of the Games
    • Classifying Rules
      • Introduction
      • How to classify rules
      • The seven types of rules in detail
        • Position rules
        • Boundary rules
        • Choice rules
        • Aggregation rules
        • Information rules
        • Payoff rules
        • Scope rules
      • Default conditions
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
    • Rules, Norms and Shared Strategies
      • Introduction
      • The syntax components
        • ATTRIBUTES
        • DEONTIC
        • AIM
        • CONDITIONS
        • OR ELSE
      • How to use the grammar of institutions?
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
  • V Applying the Framework
    • Public Health and Collective Action
      • Introduction
      • Vaccination
      • Organ donation
      • Sanitation
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
    • The Digital Commons
      • Introduction
      • Wikipedia: a global public good
      • Social networking
      • Intellectual property
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
    • Rules of the Game: Applications to Sport
      • Introduction
      • Individual sports
      • Team sports
      • Sport leagues
      • Performance-enhancing drugs
      • Boundary rules
      • Rule changes
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
    • Challenges ahead
      • What have we learned?
      • Why are there still so many problems in governance?
      • Closing
      • Critical reflections
      • Make yourself think
      • References
    • Credits
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