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  1. Aug 2019
    1. Wikipedia is a good example of a commons-based community around CC-licensed content.

      Another resource: https://www.forbes.com/sites/investopedia/2013/01/22/5-nobel-prize-winning-economic-theories-you-should-know-about/#1762e36e458e

      "In 2009, Indiana University political science professor Elinor Ostrom became the first woman to win the (Nobel) prize. She received it "for her analysis of economic governance, especially the commons." Ostrom's research showed how groups work together to manage common resources such as water supplies, fish and lobster stocks, and pastures through collective property rights. She showed that ecologist Garrett Hardin's prevailing theory of the "tragedy of the commons" is not the only possible outcome, or even the most likely outcome, when people share a common resource...." "Learn more about Ostrom's prize-winning research in her 1990 book, "Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action," and in her 1999 Science Journal article, "Revisiting the Commons: Local Lessons, Global Challenges."..."