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Institutional Diversity in Self-Governing Societies
The Bloomington School and Beyond
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The contributors develop truly innovative extensions of the basic themes explored by Vincent and Elinor Ostrom, and apply them to several important topics, some very old (democratic citizenship, state of nature), others fresh off today's headlines (sustainability, partisan gridlock, police shootings). This volume is full of ideas and promising directions for future research, and demonstrates the continued vibrancy of the Bloomington School tradition. -- Michael D. McGinnis, Indiana University, Bloomington Sabetti and Castiglione have convened a marvelous group of scholars to demonstrate in spades the enduring influence and relevance of Vincent and Elinor Ostrom's work for issues in political theory and public policy. The volume's wide-ranging chapters not only apply concepts and analytical approaches associated with the Ostroms and the Bloomington School but expand on them in creative and useful ways. In such capable hands, the Bloomington School is certain to remain a leader in institutional analysis, public choice, and political economy. -- Daniel H. Cole, Indiana University, Bloomington
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Filippo Sabetti is professor of political science at McGill University. Dario Castiglione teaches political theory at the University of Exeter.
Chapter 1 Rationality and Reasoning in Public Choice Chapter 2 Extending the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework to Policy Analysis and Design Chapter 3 Framing the State of Nature through Institutionalist Lenses Chapter 4 Representation: A Slender Thread? Chapter 5 Polycentricity, Culture, and Covenant Chapter 6 Social Learning and the Bonds of Self-governing Communities Chapter 7 Civic Theory, Bloomington, and a Republican Renewal Chapter 8 The Struggle to Constitute and Sustain Productive Orders in History: Lessons from Sicily Chapter 9 Public Goods and the Diagnosis of Counterintentional Policy Outcomes Chapter 10 Moving toward Sustainability: Integrating Generational Equity into Institutional Analysis