International Journal of the Commons


Vol 9, No 1 (2015)

Special feature: Challenges of critical institutionalism

Table of Contents

Challenges of critical institutionalism (Guest editors: F. Cleaver and J. de Koning)

Furthering critical institutionalism Abstract  html  PDF
Frances Dalton Cleaver, Jessica de Koning 1-18
A tragedy of errors? Institutional dynamics and land tenure in Finnmark, Norway Abstract  html  PDF
Andrei Marin, Ivar Bjørklund 19-40
A fine mess: Bricolaged forest governance in Cameroon Abstract  html  PDF
Verina Ingram, Mirjam A.F. Ros-Tonen, Ton Dietz 41-64
Bridging political economy analysis and critical institutionalism: an approach to help analyse institutional change for rural water services Abstract  html  PDF
Stephen David Jones 65-86
Local bureaucrats as bricoleurs. The everyday implementation practices of county environment officers in rural Kenya Abstract  html  PDF
Mikkel Funder, Martin Marani 87-106
The powers of water-user associations: on multiplicity, fluidity, and durability in the Peruvian Andes Abstract  html  PDF
Andres Verzijl, Carolina Dominguez 107-128
The material of the social: the mutual shaping of institutions by irrigation technology and society in Seguia Khrichfa, Morocco Abstract  html  PDF
Saskia van der Kooij, Margreet Zwarteveen, Marcel Kuper 129-150

Research articles

Trust and social capital in the design and evolution of institutions for collective action Abstract  html  PDF
Benjamin Six, Esther van Zimmeren, Florin Popa, Christine Frison 151-176
Social equity and livelihood implications of REDD+ in rural communities – a case study from Nepal Abstract  html  PDF
Mohan Poudel, Rik Thwaites, Digby Race, Ganga Ram Dahal 177-208
Development of indicators for assessment of Lake Malawi Basin in an Integrated Lake Basin Management (ILBM) framework Abstract  html  PDF
Clara Limbitso Chidammodzi, Victor Shiholo Muhandiki 209-236
Challenging pathways to safe water access in rural Uganda: From supply to demand-driven water governance Abstract  html  PDF
Resty Naiga, Marianne Penker, Karl Hogl 237-260
The cost of dividing the commons: Overlapping property systems in Tonle Sap, Cambodia Abstract  html  PDF
Thol Dina, Jin Sato 261-280
Measuring the potential for self-governance: An approach for the management of the common-pool resources Abstract  html  PDF
Sergio Colin-Castillo, Richard T. Woodward 281-305
A common-pool resource experiment in acequia communities Abstract  html  PDF
Nejem Raheem 306-321
What incentivizes local forest conservation efforts? Evidence from Bolivia Abstract  html  PDF
Glenn Daniel Wright, Krister Andersson, Clark Gibson, Tom Evans 322-346
Drama of the commons in small-scale shrimp aquaculture in northwestern, Sri Lanka Abstract  html  PDF
Eranga Kokila Galappaththi, Fikret Berkes 347-368
Sustainability and social responsibility reporting in open source software Abstract  html  PDF
Maria Isabel Alonso de Magdaleno, Jesus Garcia-Garcia 369-397
Normative structures, collaboration and conflict in irrigation; a case study of the Pillaro North Canal Irrigation System, Ecuadorian Highlands Abstract  html  PDF
Jaime Hoogesteger 398-415
Can origin labels re-shape relationships along international supply chains? – The case of Café de Colombia Abstract  html  PDF
Xiomara F. Quiñones-Ruiz, Marianne Penker, Christian R. Vogl, Luis F. Samper-Gartner 416-439
Adaptive governance of the Baltic Sea - lessons from elsewhere Abstract  html  PDF
Matilda Valman, Henrik Österblom, Per Olsson 440-465

Book reviews

Wall, Derek (2014). The Commons in History. Culture, Conflict, and Ecology  html  PDF
Miguel Laborda-Pemán 466-468


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