Tine De Moor, a professor specializing in Institutions for Collective Action, has conducted extensive research on the history and significance of cooperatives, particularly citizen collectives. These collectives represent a third wave of cooperative action, emerging since 2005 and encompassing diverse areas such as healthcare, energy, and food supply. De Moor emphasizes the importance of recognizing and supporting citizen collectives as essential components of a more resilient and inclusive societal framework, and she calls for a shift in perspective to appreciate the value of cooperation in various domains, including traditional companies.


  • Tine De Moor
    Role: Faculty
    Reference type: Referenced

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