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  Volume 20, Number 1, 2011

Table of Contents

Symposium: The Bloomington School

Introduction: The Ostroms and the Bloomington School

pp. 1-2

Seeing Like a Citizen: The Contributions of Elinor Ostrom to "Civic Studies"

pp. 3-14

The Bloomington School and American Institutionalism

pp. 15-36

Tayloring Game Theory the Ostrom Way

pp. 37-49

Institutional Design and Ideas-Driven Social Change: Notes From an Ostromian Perspective

pp. 50-66

Social Dilemmas and Self-Organization in Pre-Defined and in Self-Selected Groups

pp. 67-72

Constitutional Artisanship and Institutional Diversity: Elinor Ostrom, Vincent Ostrom, and the Workshop

pp. 73-83

Public Work and the Politics of the Commons

pp. 84-101

A Civic Science

pp. 102-118

Review Essay

In Search of a Democratic, Egalitarian, Commercial Republic

pp. 119-136

A PEGS Reader

A PEGS Reader

pp. 137-139

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