In recent years, burgercollectieven, also known as commons or collective action institutions, have been on the rise in the Netherlands, with thousands of them addressing issues that the neoliberal government often neglects. Tine de Moor, a professor specializing in the economic and social history of these collectives, received a research grant to study their resilience and impact. She emphasizes their importance in addressing urgent problems like climate change and healthcare, while also fostering community spirit, especially in times of polarization and declining trust in institutions.


  • Tine De Moor
    Role: Faculty
    Reference type: Referenced

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