12 Mar 2020
8:00 AM

13 Mar 2020
5:00 PM

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

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Workshop attendance is free and for IASC members only. Registration starts December 15, 2019, and ends March 1, 2020, or when the maximum capacity is met, whatever is first.

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This Workshop will focus on the use of multiple methods to study collective action and the commons. The Workshop is organized around working groups and will be hosted by Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona (USA).

Dates and Costs

The event will take place and will be held on March 12-13, 2020, with a pre-workshop tutorial on the day before the workshop (March 11).

Attendance to this workshop is free of charge, but IASC-membership is required. Not a member yet? You can sign up immediately here via this link.

Please note that this workshop has a maximum of 50 participants, based on a first come first served basis.

Program TBD

We will accommodate various working groups in parallel. The sessions cover a diversity of methods and topics on governance of shared resources:

Pre-Workshop-Tutorial: Introduction to SES Library

The day before the Workshop, on March 11, 2020, we will organize a tutorial by Dr. Marty Anderies, Arizona State University, about the Social-Ecological Systems Library. You will learn the basic functionality of the Library regarding the use of existing cases and how to enter your own cases. We will discuss how the database can and has been used to support existing research and working together to identify potential collaborations going forwards and how we might use the SES Library to build a community of practice. If  you register for the Workshop, you can indicate whether you would like to participate in this.

Useful Information

Do you have questions?

For info on content and program, please contact Marco Janssen, e-mail.

For info on lodging and travel, registration and IASC-membership, please contact Caren Burgermeister, e-mail.