Commons-Oriented Economists

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A list originally compiled by David Bollier:

  1. Peter Barnes, Pt. Reyes Station, California (former entrepreneur; commons; Sky Trust) *
  2. Yochai Benkler, Harvard Law School (digital commons; not an economist, but he might as well be)
  3. Sam Bowles, Santa Fe Institute (economics as seen through complexity theory & evolutionary sciences)
  4. James Boyce, UMass Amherst (ecological economics)
  5. Herman Daly, steady-state economics
  6. Gerald Epstein, UMass Amherst (cooperatives)
  7. Josh Farley, U. of Vermont (ecological economics, community development)
  8. Nancy Folbre, UMass Amherst (feminist economics/caring economy)
  9. Katherine Gibson, Australia (community economics; former writing partner with the late Julie Graham, a.k.a., J.-K. Gibson-Graham)
  10. Wolfgang Hoeschele, Truman State University, Missouri (Solidarity Economy, commons)
  11. David Korten, author
  12. Richard Norgaard, UC Berkeley
  13. Elinor Ostrom, Arizona State & Indiana U. (commons; not an economist, but she might as well be)
  14. Wolfgang Sachs, Wuppertal Institute, Germany

See also:

  1. Robert Costanza, U. of Oregon (a leading ecological economist; not sure of commons-orientation)


Organisations:

  1. Association for Georgist Studies (the Henry George crowd)
  2. E.F. Schumacher Foundation: hosts annual lecture series that often includes iconoclastic economist-types
  3. New Economics Institute: Schumacher spinoff with ties to New Economics Foundation in UK, which aspires

to develop alternative economic approaches.