Study of Commons Legal Institutions
"The Common Core of European Private Law is currently conducting a study on Commons Legal Institutions in 17 European Countries (Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Serbia, Scotland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland) and in the United States, led by Saki Bailey, Ugo Mattei and Filippo Valguarnera. We are now locating rapporteurs in these countries to answer our questionnaire and write a comparative report, which will be published in the Common Core book series. Rapporteurs should either be legal scholars, legal practitioners and/or commons scholars (in other fields) or a practitioner working and/or actively participating in a variety of commons.
If you are interested in joining the study, answering the questionnaire and/or writing a report we invite you to contact Saki Bailey [email protected] and Filippo Valguarnera [email protected] by October 1st, 2013. In order to join the study, it is crucial that participants attend the 19th Annual Meeting of the Common Core taking place on November 15th-16th 2013 in Turin, Italy “Crisis-Induced Global Transformation in Property Rights” with this year’s keynote speaker: Prof. Roberto Mangabeira Unger of Harvard Law School. A limited amount of financial aid is available for those participants who are unable to fund their own travel. "
- video of plenary session, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hab2wb-1FzY