Department of Forest Economics

IASC 3rd European Meeting

From generation to generation
– the use of commons in a changin...
Pre-Conference Activity

Excursion

Keynote Speakers

Master course
The commons in policy making
(7,5 ETCS)

The conferenc...
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Call for papers: IASC 2014 3rd European Meeting

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IASC 3rd European Meeting
From generation to generation – the use of commons in a changing society
16-19 September 2014 Umeå, Sweden
Content (and links):
Keynotes; Important Dates and Deadlines; Call for Papers
; Submit Abstract; 
About the Conference; Contact.

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Call for papers: IASC 2014 3rd European Meeting

  1. 1. Department of Forest Economics IASC 3rd European Meeting From generation to generation – the use of commons in a changing society 16-19 September 2014 Umeå, Sweden Content (and links) Keynotes Important Dates and Deadlines Call for Papers Submit Abstract About the Conference Contact Umeå, Capital of Culture 2014
  2. 2. Pre-Conference Activity Excursion Keynote Speakers Master course The commons in policy making (7,5 ETCS) The conference offers two excursions: Water and fish management in costal areas Forested land and natural resource use Prof. Ole Henrik Magga, Kautokeino Prof. Letitia Merino, IASC Dates and Deadlines 1 April 2014 1 April 2014 13 June 2014 18 August 2014 5 August 2014 2 September 2014 Abstract submission Contributed panel session Notification of acceptance Submission full papers First Registration deadline Second Registration deadline Submit Abstract The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Umeå, Sweden, will host the IASC European regional meeting. Objectives The overall theme for this regional meeting is ”From generation to generation – the use of commons in a changing society”. Northern and indigenous commons are particularly emphasized. Across panels and keynotes, the conference aims at contributing to the on-going development of theory and methods concerning the commons. Call for Papers Submit an abstract of 400 words in English via the conference website if you would like to present. Abstracts will be peer reviewed and are due April 1, 2014. Confirmation of acceptance will be sent at the latest 13th of June, 2014 to the registered email. Full papers are due August 18, 2014. We welcome panel session proposals before April 1, 2014. Themes and Scientific Board Management of Northern Commons and Indigenous Commons in Transition Janne Hukkinen, PhD, Helsinki University Bengt Kriström, professor, SLU and CERE Gun Lidestav, PhD, SLU Contact Jan-Åge Riseth, PhD, Northern Research Institute Dr. Camilla Widmark Rural and Cultural Commons in Europe Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) Tine de Moor, professor, Utrecht University Department of Forest Economics Camilla Sandström, PhD, Umeå University SE-90183 Umeå Insa Theesfeld, PhD, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg Sweden Multi-level Governance of Local and Global Commons Tel: +46 90 7868596 Giangiacomo Bravo, professor, Linnæus University e-mail: iasc-europe2014@slu.se Carina Keskitalo, professor, Umeå University www.slu.se/iasc-europe2014 Chris Short, senior researcher, University of Gloucestershire

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