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David Bollier on Re-Inventing Law for the Commons

By on July 26, 2017

Nicos Poulantzas Institute in cooperation with transform! europe organized an open lecture of David Bollier, researcher, activist and writer of a series of books concerning Commons. Find here the short report of the event on 14 February. Our colleague David Bollier speaks about Law for the Commons at an event co-organised by the Nicos Poulantzas... Continue reading

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David Bollier on Re-Inventing Law for the Commons

By on July 26, 2017

Nicos Poulantzas Institute in cooperation with transform! europe organized an open lecture of David Bollier, researcher, activist and writer of a series of books concerning Commons. Find here the short report of the event on 14 February. Our colleague David Bollier speaks about Law for the Commons at an event co-organised by the Nicos Poulantzas... Continue reading

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David Bollier on Re-Inventing Law for the Commons

By on July 26, 2017

Nicos Poulantzas Institute in cooperation with transform! europe organized an open lecture of David Bollier, researcher, activist and writer of a series of books concerning Commons. Find here the short report of the event on 14 February. Our colleague David Bollier speaks about Law for the Commons at an event co-organised by the Nicos Poulantzas... Continue reading

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How to Run Collaborative Projects That Don’t Fall Prey to Bureaucracy

By on July 25, 2017

Devin Balkind: Today, when people call something “bureaucratic,” they usually mean that in a negative sense, but bureaucracy didn’t always have this negative connotation. About 100 years ago when many professional bureaucracies were being built, they were seen as a means of bringing quality control, predictability, and integrity to administrations. But bureaucracy has taken on a life of... Continue reading

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How to Run Collaborative Projects That Don’t Fall Prey to Bureaucracy

By on July 25, 2017

Devin Balkind: Today, when people call something “bureaucratic,” they usually mean that in a negative sense, but bureaucracy didn’t always have this negative connotation. About 100 years ago when many professional bureaucracies were being built, they were seen as a means of bringing quality control, predictability, and integrity to administrations. But bureaucracy has taken on a life of... Continue reading

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