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Video via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=234-AH6NTPM&feature=emb_logo&t=3s
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'''= report, articles, video on Elinor Ostrom'''
  
URL = https://www.newlocal.org.uk/publications/ostrom/
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* Video via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=234-AH6NTPM&feature=emb_logo&t=3s
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* website URL = https://www.newlocal.org.uk/publications/ostrom/
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* article URL = https://www.newlocal.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Think-Big-Act-Small_.pdf
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(all 2020-10)
  
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
  
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===Video===
 
"Ostrom is the intellectual hero of the community power movement. Her decades-long research confirms what many of us already believe, that people are less selfish – and more capable – than we’re conditioned to think. This has radical implications for how we run our public services and move forward as a society.
 
"Ostrom is the intellectual hero of the community power movement. Her decades-long research confirms what many of us already believe, that people are less selfish – and more capable – than we’re conditioned to think. This has radical implications for how we run our public services and move forward as a society.
  
 
Dr Simon Kaye introduces New Local's major new piece of work: Think Big, Act Small, which unpacks her ideas, and presents their real, urgent lessons for the UK today."
 
Dr Simon Kaye introduces New Local's major new piece of work: Think Big, Act Small, which unpacks her ideas, and presents their real, urgent lessons for the UK today."
  
(2020-10)
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===Report===
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"New Local’s latest report, Think Big, Act Small, is an effort to bring the UK’s establishment to its senses. It draws upon the work of Elinor Ostrom – who won the Nobel Prize in economics for showing how communities can solve problems “beyond markets and states” – to unpack a series of insights about the conditions that allow communities to rise to meet the challenges that they encounter. The report argues that in many cases people-powered, local, and small-scale responses can outcompete privatized or government-run alternatives."<br />
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&mdash; https://www.shareable.net/report-aims-to-educate-government-on-effectiveness-of-commons/
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==More Information==
 
==More Information==
 
* [[Elinor Ostrom]]
 
* [[Elinor Ostrom]]
* Website [https://www.newlocal.org.uk/publications/ostrom/ Think Big, Act Small: Elinor Ostrom’s radical vision for community power]
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* [https://www.shareable.net/report-aims-to-educate-government-on-effectiveness-of-commons/ Article on Sharable.net] by Simon Kaye
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* Newlocal Website [https://www.newlocal.org.uk/publications/ostrom/ Think Big, Act Small: Elinor Ostrom’s radical vision for community power]
 
* PDF [https://www.newlocal.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Think-Big-Act-Small_.pdf Think Big, Act Small: Elinor Ostrom’s radical vision for community power]
 
* PDF [https://www.newlocal.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Think-Big-Act-Small_.pdf Think Big, Act Small: Elinor Ostrom’s radical vision for community power]
  

Revision as of 19:23, 5 November 2020

= report, articles, video on Elinor Ostrom

(all 2020-10)

Description

Video

"Ostrom is the intellectual hero of the community power movement. Her decades-long research confirms what many of us already believe, that people are less selfish – and more capable – than we’re conditioned to think. This has radical implications for how we run our public services and move forward as a society.

Dr Simon Kaye introduces New Local's major new piece of work: Think Big, Act Small, which unpacks her ideas, and presents their real, urgent lessons for the UK today."

Report

"New Local’s latest report, Think Big, Act Small, is an effort to bring the UK’s establishment to its senses. It draws upon the work of Elinor Ostrom – who won the Nobel Prize in economics for showing how communities can solve problems “beyond markets and states” – to unpack a series of insights about the conditions that allow communities to rise to meet the challenges that they encounter. The report argues that in many cases people-powered, local, and small-scale responses can outcompete privatized or government-run alternatives."
https://www.shareable.net/report-aims-to-educate-government-on-effectiveness-of-commons/


More Information