Next Thursday, June 23rd, Utrecht University will host the Symposium “Cooperation in the field”. It will be the opportunity for international researchers, experts and students to gather and share their respective ideas and practical experiences on cooperative practices. The event is part of the strategic thematic series on “Institutions for Open Societies”.
Professor Tine de Moor, Full Professor ‘Institutions for Collective Action in Historical Perspective’, Department of Social and Economic History, Utrecht University will moderate the sessions.
Among the excellent speakers are:
- Ruth Meinzen-Dick, senior research fellow at IFPRI, coordinator of the CGIAR program on Collective Action and Property Rights (CAPRi) as well as leader of IFPRI’s Gender Task Force, also co-leading work on strengthening women’s assets.
- Marco A. Janssen, professor at the School of Sustainability of Arizona State University and director of the Center for Behavior, Institutions, and the Environment of ASU.
- Hans Groeneveld, Associate Director Cooperative & Control at Rabobank and distinguished professor at TIAS School for Business and Society.
- Wilbert van den Bosch, consultant on cooperatives for NCR, The Dutch Council for Cooperatives.
- Christian Iaione, Associate Professor of Public Law at the University of Guglielmo Marconi studios in Rome , fellow at the Urban Law Center of Fordham University and governance of the commons professor at the LUISS Guido Carli under LabGov – Laboratory program for governance of common goods .
To register click here.
For further information visit the official webpage of the event.
Giovedì 23 Giugno LabGov sarà a Utrecht con il Professor Iaione per parlare di cooperazione e innovazione sociale.