prof. dr. Tine De Moor

Tine De Moor

Professor of Social Enterprise and Institutions for Collective Action
Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Profile

Prof. Tine De Moor (°Ghent, 1975) holds a PhD in History from Ghent University (2003) and a postgraduate in Environmental Sciences at the University of Antwerp (1999). In December 2012, she was appointed professor of Institutions for Collective Action in historical perspective at the Faculty of Humanities, Department of History & Art History at Utrecht University, a position she held until her transfer to RSM. At her previous position, Tine De Moor conducted research into the creation, functioning and evolution of institutions for collective action, past and present, from the early modern period in Europe until today. Institutions for collective action are forms of organizations formed from below, by the immediate stakeholders, with the aim of working together to pursue both personal (material) and societal interests. Issues that have been studied by her research team are the many energy and care cooperatives that have developed over the past decennia, the initiatives of citizens involves in short chain food supply, the formation of platform cooperatives and the renewal of the mutual as a form of insurance for the self-employed. Besides this she has been researching labour market participation and household formation patterns over the past millennium, and she has been actively involved in developing innovative research methods, through, for example, several Citizen Science Projects. She has been president of the International Association for the Study of the Commons and has set-up the peer-reviewed International Journal of the Commons, and she acts as expert in several national and international boards. In the past 10 years, she received several large research grants, such as an ERC Starting Grant and an NWO-VIDI. 

 

Professional experience

Full Professor

Erasmus University Rotterdam
RSM - Rotterdam School of Management
Department of Business-Society Management

Publications

Professional Publications

  • M. De Moor (2018). De toekomst van bewoners-overlegorganisaties. Sociaal Bestek, 80 (4), 52-54.

Scholarly Publications (212)

  • M. De Moor (2020, juni 10). Invited lecture ‘Analysing the long-term resilience of commons. Results from the Common Rules and MIDI-project'. online, IGRI Workshop.
  • M. De Moor (2020, februari 6). Invited lecture ‘De coöperatie, terug van weg geweest?’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, Young Professional Program of the Finance and the Common Good Program.
  • M. De Moor (2020, januari 23). Keynote lecture ‘More than a metaphor: the evolution of commons over the past millennium’. Oxford, United Kingdom, Opening lecture 2020 Green Templeton Flag Lectures series.
  • M. De Moor (2018, april 24). Keynote lecture 'Collective Action, Commons and Citizen Science'. Wageningen, The Netherlands, 3rd International EVOCA Workshop.
  • N. Labanca, Â. Guimarães Pereira, M. Watson, K. Krieger, D. Padovan, L. Watts, M. Moezzi, G. Wallenborn, R. Wright, E. Laes, B. D. Fath, F. Ruzzenenti, M. De Moor, T.J.F. Bauwens & L. Mehta (2020). Transforming innovation for decarbonisation? Insights from combining complex systems and social practice perspectives. Energy Research and Social Science, 65:101452. doi: 10.1016/j.erss.2020.101452
  • E. Vriens & M. De Moor (2020). Mutuals on the Move: Exclusion Processes in the Welfare State and the Rediscovery of Mutualism. Social Inclusion, 8 (1), 225. doi: 10.17645/si.v8i1.2125
  • M. Farjam, M. De Moor, R. van Weeren, A. Forsman, M. Ale Ebrahim Dehkordi, A. Ghorbani & G. Bravo (2020). Shared patterns in long-term dynamics of commons as institutions for collective action. International Journal of the Commons, 14 (1), 78-90. doi: 10.5334/ijc.959
  • A. Forsman, M. De Moor, R. van Weeren, G. Bravo, A. Ghorbani, M. Ale Ebrahim Dehkordi & M. Farjam (2020). Eco-evolutionary perspectives on emergence, dispersion and dissolution of historical Dutch commons. PLoS One (print), 15 (7): e0236471. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0236471
  • A. Ghorbani, M. Ale Ebrahim Dehkordi, G. Bravo, M. Farjam, R. van Weeren, A. Forsman & M. De Moor (2019). Long‐term Dynamics of Institutions: An empirically tested model. Social Simulation Conference: Johannes Gutenberg Universität (Mainz, Germany) (2019, september 23 - 2019, september 27).
  • T. Haller, T. Breu, M. De Moor, C. Rohr & H. Znoj (2019). Introduction On Commons in a 'Glocal' World. In The Commons in a Glocal World: Global Connections and Local Responses (Earthscan Studies in Natural Resource Management) (pp. 1-19). Abington / New York: Routledge
  • M. De Moor (2019). From historical institution to pars pro toto. The commons and their revival in historical perspective. In Handbook of the Study of the Commons. New York: Taylor and Francis
  • J.L. van Zanden, S.G. Carmichael & M. De Moor (2019). Capital Women. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Oxford
  • E. Vriens, V.W. Buskens & M. De Moor (2019). A network perspective on small mutual insurance groups: How embeddedness influences trust and commitment. Socio-Economic Review:mwz050. doi: 10.1093/ser/mwz050
  • M. De Moor, A. Rijpma & M. Prats López (2019). Dynamics of engagement in Citizen Science: Results from the “Yes, I do!” project. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 4 (1), 1-17. doi: 10.5334/cstp.212
  • M. De Moor (2019). Common paths in long-term institutional dynamics: An analysis of rule changes in British and Dutch commons over seven centuries. XVII Biennial IASC Conference ‘In Defense of the Commons: Challenges, Innovation, and Action’: Lima, Perú (2019, juli 1 - 2019, juli 5).
  • M. De Moor (2019). Invited speaker. Launch Knowledge Center Citizen Science: Brussels, Belgium (2019, januari 30 - 2019, maart 22).
  • M. De Moor (2019). Keynote speaker. The Value of the Commons: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2019, maart 20 - 2019, maart 22).
  • M. De Moor (2019). Keynote speaker. Universiteitsdag: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2019, maart 30).
  • M. De Moor (2019). Invited speaker workshop ‘The University Cooperative’.
  • M. De Moor (2019). Member keynote panel ‘Cooperatives – Fundamental Transformations, Sustainable Development and New Social Contracts’. ICA-CCR European Research Conference ‘Cooperatives and the Transformation of Business and Society’: Berlin, Germany (2019, augustus 21).
  • M. De Moor (2019, oktober 18). Keynote lecture ‘Alles van waarde. Of hoe de repair-movement nog meer kan gaan bijdragen aan een circulaire en solidaire samenleving’. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Symposium 'Celebrating Repair: 10 jaar Repair Café.
  • M. De Moor & E. Vriens (2019). Mutuals on the move: Exclusion processes in the welfare state and the rediscovery of mutualism. Annual Posthumus Conference 2019 'Institutions and Innovations': Ghent, Belgium (2019, mei 28 - 2019, mei 29).
  • A. Ghorbani, M. Ale Ebrahim Dehkordi, G. Bravo, M. Farjam, R. van Weeren, A. Forsman & M. De Moor (2019). Long‐term Dynamics of Institutions: An empirically tested model. Poster Social Simulation Conference 2019: Mainz, Germany (2019, september 23 - 2019, september 27).
  • M. De Moor, E. Vriens & V. Buskens (2019). Mutuals on the move: Exclusion processes in the welfare state and the rediscovery of mutualism. ICA-CCR European Research Conference ‘Cooperatives and the Transformation of Business and Society’: Berlin, Germany (2019, augustus 21 - 2019, augustus 23).
  • T. Haller, T. Breu, M. De Moor, C. Rohr & H. Znoj (2019). Commons in a ‘Glocal’ World: Global Connections and Local Responses (Commons in Europe and Global Interrelations). Abingdon/New York: Routledge
  • D. Holemans, K. Van de Velde, M. De Moor & K. C. (2018). Wanneer burgers samen het heft in handen nemen. Brussel: Koning Boudewijnstichting
  • M. De Moor (2018, oktober 12). Invited lecture ‘Back on the agenda! Learning from the historical commons for a sustainable future’. Online, Webinar Series IASC World Commons Week.
  • M. De Moor (2018). IASC: Immediate past and near future. Asia Region Biennial IASC Meeting ‘Redefining Diversity and Dynamics of Natural Resource Management in Asia’: Bangkok, Thailand (2018, juli 17).
  • M. De Moor (2018, oktober 12). Keynote lecture ‘From Raiffeisen to the Participation Society’. Mainz, Germany, Royal economic mission of HRH King Willem Alexander and HRH Queen Máxima of the Netherlands to Rhineland Palatinate.
  • M. De Moor (2018, juli 4). Invited lecture ‘What makes Citizen Science work? Approach and results from the “Yes, I do!”-project’. Leiden, The Netherlands, Lorentz Workshop ‘Tracing the Past: Combining Citizen Science and Data Science to Detect and Record Archaeological Microtopography’.
  • M. De Moor (2018). Keynote speaker ‘Le Retour de la Coopérative’. P&V Verzekeringen Raad van Gebruikers: Brussels, Belgium (2018, juni 18).
  • M. De Moor (2018). Afterword. In The Commons and a New Global Governance (Leuven Global Governance Series). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing doi: 10.4337/9781788118514
  • M. De Moor (2018, november 30). Invited lecture ‘Commons en de stad van de toekomst’. Antwerpen, Belgium, Studium Generale.
  • M. De Moor (2018). Keynote speaker at expert meeting ‘Burgerinitiatieven en Right to Challenge’. farewell lecture prof. mr. dr. M.J. Cohen: Leiden, The Netherlands (2018, november 30).
  • A.H. Boele, C. Störmer, C. Gellatly & M. De Moor (2018). Distant relatives? Demographic determinants of long-term developments in intergenerational proximity, The Netherlands 1650-1899. History of the Family, 23 (3), 40-68. doi: 10.1080/1081602X.2018.1454338
  • R. Boyd, P. J. Richardson, R. Meinzen-Dick, M. De Moor, M. O. Jackson, K. M. Gjerde, H. Harden-Davies, B. M. Frischmann, M. J. Madison, K. J. Strandburg, A. McLean & C. Dye (2018). Tragedy revisited. Science, 362 (6420), 1236-1241.
  • M. De Moor (2018, maart 20). Invited lecture, ‘Collective Action Practices as the Basis for an Alternative Model for Energy Provision’. Ispra, Italy, European Commission Workshop 'Energy Sustainability in the Current Transition to Renewables'.
  • M. De Moor, A. Boele & S. Carmichael (2017). Matching mates: A look at the importance of occupations, numeracy and literacy on the marriage market in early modern Amsterdam. Annual Posthumus Conference 2017 'Global Connections Across Time and Space': Nijmegen, The Netherlands (2020, juni 1 - 2020, juni 2).
  • M. De Moor, A. Boele, C. Gellatly & C. Stormer (2017, maart 30). Seminar Lecture ‘Distant relatives? Demographic determinants of long-term developments in intergenerational proximity; the Netherlands 1650-1899’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, Seminar Lecture ESH Seminar Series.
  • M. De Moor (2017, april 28). Invited lecture '1000 jaar commons'. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Commoning UvA.
  • M. De Moor (2017, april 28). Invited lecture 'From local to global: a history of the commons'. Leuven, Belgium, Spring 2017 Lecture Series Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies.
  • A.H. Boele & M. De Moor (2017). 'Because family and friends got easily weary of taking care': a new perspective on the specialization in the elderly care sector in early modern Holland. The Economic History Review, 71 (2), 437-463. doi: 10.1111/ehr.12489
  • M. De Moor, A. Rijpma & M. Prats Lopez (2017). Task performance among citizen science volunteers: Lessons from the Ja-ik-wil project. Annual Posthumus Conference 2017 'Global Connections Across Time and Space',: Nijmegen, The Netherlands (2020, juni 1 - 2020, juni 2).
  • C. Störmer, C. Gellatly, A.H. Boele & M. De Moor (2017). Long-Term Trends in Marriage Timing and the Impact of Migration, the Netherlands (1650-1899). Historical Life Course Studies, 6 (1), 40-68. doi: 10.1080/1081602X.2018.1454338
  • M. De Moor, M. Laborda Pemán, G. Bravo & A. Ghorbani (2017). Modelling institutional dynamics in historical commons. Rural History 2017 Conference: Leuven, Belgium (2017, september 11 - 2017, september 14).
  • M. De Moor (2017, mei 24). Keynote lecture 'Origins of the metaphor Tragedy of the Commons'. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Seminar 'Institutions and the Evolution of Capitalism'.
  • M. De Moor (2016). Dare to dig! More history is needed to take historical demography a few steps further. In The future of historical demography: Upside down and inside out (pp. 16). Leuven: Acco
  • M. Laborda Peman & M. De Moor (2016). History and the commons: A necessary conversation. International Journal of the Commons, 10 (2), 517-528. doi: 10.18352/ijc.769
  • M. De Moor, J. Miguel Lana Berasaín, M. Laborda Peman, R. van Weeren & A. Winchester (2016). Ruling the commons. Introducing a new methodology for the analysis of historical commons. International Journal of the Commons, 10 (2), 529-588. doi: 10.18352/ijc.760
  • S.G. Carmichael, A.M. de Pleijt, J.L. van Zanden & M. De Moor (2016). The European Marriage Pattern and its measurement. The Journal of Economic History, 76 (1), 196-204. doi: 10.1017/S0022050716000474
  • M. De Moor, A. Boele, C. Gellatly & C. Störmer (2016). Marriage and migration. The development of the Dutch marriage pattern and the impact of migration (1600-1900). ESSHC 2016: Leuven, Belgium (2016, september 23).
  • M. De Moor (2016, september 5). Keynote lecture ‘The dynamics of European institutions for collective action over the past 1000 years’. Leiden, The Netherlands, Lorentz Workshop 'Emerging Institutions: Design or Evolution?'.
  • M. De Moor (2016, juli 16). Invited lecture 'Theory of Commons as a tool of change'. Ciechocinek, Poland, Green Summer Academy 'Green Poland - Green River'.
  • M. De Moor (2016, juli 6). Invited lecture ‘Ruling the commons from past to present’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, LANDAc Summer School.
  • M. De Moor (2016, juli 6). Invited lecture. Ghent, Belgium, Think Tank session ‘Gent: city of commons?’.
  • M. De Moor (2016, juni 2). Invited lecture. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Expert Session ‘The Commons’, Forum on European Culture.
  • M. De Moor (2016, juni 2). Invited lecture. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Expert Meeting ‘Moral Sentiments in Modern Society’.
  • M. De Moor (2016, mei 25). Invited lecture. Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), Expert Meeting ‘Moral Sentiments in Modern Society’.
  • M. De Moor (2016, mei 10). Invited lecture. Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), 4th European Regional Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons.
  • M. De Moor (2016, mei 10). Invited lecture ‘From care to cable: Market failure and citizens’ collectivities in the Netherlands’. Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), Lunch Colloquium Lecture Series.
  • M. De Moor (2016, mei 10). Invited lecture ‘Are “commons” the new utopia and to which “enclosures” do they respond today?’. Brussels, Belgium, weekly research lab-meetings ‘Commons: research in progress’.
  • M. De Moor (2016, april 19). Keynote lecture ‘All that we share? Commons and the “new” forms of collaborative consumption and production’. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Symposium ‘Veranderend Burgerschap’.
  • M. De Moor (2016, april 11). Invited lecture ‘Soigneer je vrijwilligers’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, WTC2016 Vakconferentie Wetenschapscommunicatie.
  • M. De Moor (2016, februari 4). Invited lecture ‘Reversing the knowledge chain... Exchanging knowledge on commons, collective action & self-governance’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, LANDforum 2016.
  • M. De Moor (2016, januari 28). Seminar lecture ‘Because family and friends got easily weary of taking care’. London, UK, LSE Economic History Seminar Series.
  • M. De Moor (2016, januari 20). Invited lecture ‘The “original”commons. From today to history and back again’. Leuven, Belgium, INDIGO international symposium “Ploughing up the landed commons”.
  • M. De Moor (2015, december 4). Keynote lecture´Setting the stage: challenges and prospects´. Brussels, Belgium, Congress ‘Commons: Citizens, Law and Governments’.
  • M. De Moor (2015, maart 12). Invited lecture. Amstedam, The Netherlands, Conference 'Citizenship 3.0. Towards a new understanding of the role of citizens in the 21st century'.
  • M. De Moor (2015). Participant. Understanding cooperation: a multidisciplinary perspective: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2015, juni 17).
  • M. De Moor (2015). Yes, I do! Marriage Patterns in Early Modern Amsterdam. Conference 'Considering Women in the Early Modern Low Countries': Antwerp, Belgium (2015, april 24 - 2015, april 25).
  • M. De Moor (2015, oktober 14). Invited lecture. Utrecht, The Netherlands, Symposium 'The road to a sustainable labour market'.
  • M. De Moor & A. Boele (2015, oktober 16). Lecture 'Because family and friends got easily weary of taking care - A new perspective on the specialisation in the elderly care sector in early modern Holland'. Utrecht, The Netherlands, Social and Economic Lunch Seminar Lecture Series.
  • M. De Moor (2015, november 6). Keynote lecture ‘How to be a critical scholar of the commons? Understanding the commons in all their dimensions‘. Brussels, Belgium, 1st Thematic IASC-Conference on the Urban Commons, Laboratory for the Governance of the Commons (LabGov).
  • M. De Moor & A. Tukker (2015). Survival without sanctioning. The relationship between institutional resilience and methods to deal with freeriding on early modern Dutch commons. In Jahrbuch für Geschichte des ländlichen Raumes 12 (Rural History Yearbook) (pp. 175-206). Innsbruck/Vienna/Bolzano: StudienVerlag
  • M. De Moor (2015). The dilemma of the commoners (Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions Series). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • M. De Moor (2014, augustus 29). Keynote lecture 'More of the same? Present-day institutional innovation seen in the light of European History'. Utrecht, The Netherlands, the 5th International Conference on Sustainability Transitions.
  • M. De Moor (2014, september 25). Invited lecture ‘Van correctie mechanisme tot aanvaard governance model? Burgercollectieven in relatie tot het verleden en de overheid’. Amstedam, The Netherlands, Divosa Lecture Series.
  • M. De Moor & R. van Weeren (2014). Controlling the commoners. Agricultural History Review, 62 (2), 256-277.
  • A. Boele, A. Bouman & M. De Moor (2014). Commerciële huishoudens? De gevolgen van het Europese huwelijkspatroon en de inzet van niet-familiale hulp als overlevingsstrategie voor ouderen in het vroegmoderne Holland (casus: Leiden). In Kwetsbare groepen in/en historische demografie. Historisch-demografisch onderzoek in Vlaanderen en Nederland (pp. 21-46). Leuven/Den Haag: Acco
  • M. De Moor (2014). Three waves of Cooperation. A Millennium of Institutions for Collective Actions in European Perspective. IASC 3rd European Meeting: Umeå, Sweden (2014, september 16 - 2014, september 20).
  • M. De Moor (2014, februari 28). Keynote lecture ‘From correction mechanism to accepted governance model? The role of citizens’ collectivities in the future of the Netherlands’. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, seminar 'Citizenship and Co-operation - Trend or Hype?' (Start Seminar Series 'Citizenship 3.0').
  • M. De Moor (2014, februari 10). Invited lecture ‘Homo Cooperans. Institutions for collective action and the compassionate society’. The Hague, The Netherlands, workshop ‘From welfare state to welfare society. New roles for citizens’agencies and governments’.
  • M. De Moor (2014). Cooperating for the future. The formation of citizens’ collectivities in the perspective of Europe’s past and present. Annual meeting of the Acadaemia Europaea, Barcelona Knowledge Hub: Barcelona, Spain (2014, juli 16 - 2014, juli 16).
  • M. De Moor & R. Zijdeman (2014). Making the Household Work. Non-kin Deployment as a Survival Strategy in the Early Modern Household. ESSHC 2014: Vienna, Austria (2014, april 25).
  • M. De Moor (2014, maart 6). Invited lecture ‘Van correctie mechanisme tot aanvaard governance model? Burgercollectieven in relatie tot het verleden en de overheid’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, invitational seminar ‘Lokale participatie in het sociale domein’.
  • M. De Moor (2013). Participation versus punishment. The relationship between institutional longevity and sanctioning in the early modern times (case studies from the East of the Netherlands). Rural History Conference 2013: Bern, Szitzerland (2013, augustus 20 - 2013, augustus 20).
  • M. De Moor (2013). The commercial household. alternatives to intergenerational support in a European Marriage Pattern-area (The Netherlands, 17th century). European Historical Economics Society Conference, London School of Economics and Political Science: London, UK (2013, september 7 - 2013, september 7).
  • M. De Moor & R. Zijdeman (2013). Making the household work: non-kin deployment as coping mechanism for nuclear hardship in economic households (Gilze and Rijen, The Netherlands, 18th century)'. Zesde Dag van de Historische Demografie: Ghent, Belgium (2013, december 12 - 2013, december 12).
  • M. De Moor & C.J. Zuijderduijn (2013). The art of counting. Reconstructing numeracy in the middle and upper classes on the basis of portraits in the early modern Low Countries. Historical Methods: a journal of quantitative and interdisciplinary history, 46 (1), 41-56.
  • C.J. Zuijderduijn & M. De Moor (2013). Spending, saving or investing? Risk management in sixteenth-century Dutch households. The Economic History Review, 66 (1), 36-51. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.2011.00626.x
  • M. De Moor & C.J. Zuijderduijn (2013). Preferences of the poor: market participation and asset management of poor households in sixteenth-century Holland. European Review of Economic History, 17 (2), 233-249. doi: 10.1093/ereh/het005
  • M. De Moor (2013). Homo cooperans. Instituties voor collectieve actie en de solidaire samenleving. Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht, Faculteit Geesteswetenschappen
  • M. Laborda Peman & M. De Moor (2013). A tale of two commons. Some preliminary hypotheses on the long-term development of the commons in Western and Eastern Europe, 11th-19th centuries. The International Journal of the Commons, 7 (1), 7-33. doi: 10.18352/ijc.355
  • M. De Moor & A. Bouman (2013, februari 5). Seminar lecture ‘The Commercial Household. Living-in-(non-)kin and household composition in a EMP-area (The Netherlands, 17th century)’. Oxford, UK, Seminars in Economic History Series.
  • M. De Moor (2013). Single, safe, and sorry? An analysis of the motivations of women to join the early modern beguine movement in the Low Countries. International Conference ‘Singles in the Cities of North-West Europe, c.1000-2000': Antwerp, Belgium (2013, maart 6 - 2013, maart 8).
  • M. De Moor (2013, april 23). Lecture ‘Dealing with the Digital World’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, Humanities Lectures-series.
  • M. De Moor (2013, oktober 3). Lecture ‘Homo cooperans. Instituties voor collectieve actie en de solidaire samenleving’. Wageningen, The Netherlands, Wereldlezing-lectures series of Wageningen University and Research.
  • M. De Moor (2013, november 28). Seminar lecture 'Making the household work: non-kin deployment as coping mechanism for nuclear hardship in economic households (Gilze and Rijen, The Netherlands, 18th century)’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, Seminars in Economic History Series.
  • M. De Moor (2013, december 4). Lecture ‘Homo Cooperans. Institutions for collective action and the compassionate society’. Växjö, Sweden, Linnaeus University Lecture.
  • M. De Moor (2013, december 5). Lecture ‘Homo Cooperans. Institutions for collective action and the compassionate society’. Lund, Sweden, Lund University Lecture.
  • M. De Moor & A. Bouman (2013, maart 21). Seminar lecture ‘The Commercial Household. Living-in-(non-)kin and household composition in a EMP-area (The Netherlands, 17th century)’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, Seminars in Economic History Series.
  • M. De Moor & A. Tukker (2012). Penalty and punishment. Designing effective sanctions for freerider’s behaviour on early modern Dutch commons. 'Design and Dynamics of Institutions for Collective Action’ in honour of Prof. dr. Elinor Ostrom: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2012, november 29 - 2012, december 1).
  • M. De Moor & M. Laborda Pemán (2012). A Tale of Two Commons: Some Preliminary Hypotheses on the Long-Term Development of the Commons in Western and Eastern Europe, 1000-1900. Posthumus Conference 2012: Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2012, mei 24 - 2012, mei 24).
  • M. De Moor (2012). Industrious and/or religious. Motivating the choice for living as a beguine in (Low Countries, early modern period). ESSHC 2012: Glasgow, UK (2012, april 11 - 2012, april 12).
  • M. De Moor & R. van Weeren (2012). Towards a historical grammar of the commons. Comparative analysis of common pool resources’ regulation in pre-industrial Europe. ESSHC 2012: Glasgow, UK (2012, april 11 - 2012, april 12).
  • M. De Moor, A. Bouman & J. Zuijderduijn (2012). Nuclear hardship revisited. ESSHC 2012: Glasgow, UK (2012, april 11 - 2012, april 12).
  • M. De Moor (2012, november 12). Seminar lecture ‘Penalty and punishment. Designing effective sanctions for freerider’s behaviour on early modern Dutch commons’. Milan, Italy, Bocconi University.
  • M. De Moor (2012, oktober 25). Invited Lecture ‘Wat geeft de burger moed? Historische lessen over samenwerking en vertrouwen in de burger’. The Hague, The Netherlands, The Netherlands Institute for Social Research (SCP).
  • M. De Moor (2012, september 10). Lecture ‘Marriage Patterns’. Brussels, Belgium, Closing Conference HI-POD-project.
  • M. De Moor (2012, augustus 28). Keynote lecture ‘The cooperative continuum: collaborative consumption and production in long-term historical perspective’. Vis, Croatia, Heinrich Böll Foundation (Summer course on Commons).
  • M. De Moor (2012, juni 21). Keynote lecture ‘The cooperative continuum: collaborative consumption and production in long-term historical perspective’. Turin, Italy, 18th General Meeting of the Common Core of European Private Law.
  • M. De Moor (2012, maart 22). Lecture ‘Wat geeft de burger moed? Historische lessen over samenwerking en vertrouwen in de burger’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, the Symposium ‘De institutionele verbouwing van Nederland’.
  • M. De Moor (2012, februari 16). Seminar Lecture ‘Common Rules’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, Utrecht University, Law Department.
  • M. De Moor (2012, januari 27). Lecture ‘Competitive commons? A re-evaluation of commons as an economic alternative for resource use and management’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, Utrecht University, Centre for the Humanities.
  • M. De Moor (2012, januari 16). Opening lecture ‘Commons’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, Intensive Program.
  • M. De Moor & J.L. van Zanden (2012). Een reactie van De Moor en Van Zanden op het TSEG-artikel van Manon van der Heijden, Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk en Ariadne Schmidt: 'Terugkeer van het patriarchaat? Vrije vrouwen in de Republiek'. Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis, 9 (1), 61-72. doi: 10.18352/tseg.266
  • M. De Moor (2012). Inspiratie uit ons institutionele geheugen. Instituties voor collectieve actie als structurele oplossingen voor sociale dilemma's in het Europese verleden. In Samenwerking in sociale dilemma's; voorbeelden van Nederlands onderzoek, Jaarboek Mens & Maatschappij 2012 (Jaarboek Mens & Maatschappij) (pp. 185-208). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
  • J.L. van Zanden, M. De Moor & C.J. Zuijderduijn (2012). Small is beautiful: the efficiency of credit markets in the late medieval Holland. European Review of Economic History, 16 (1), 3-22. doi: 10.1093/ereh/her007
  • M. De Moor (2012). Von der Allmende zu den globalen commons: Eine historische Analyse interdisziplinärer Annäherungen an die commons. Juridikum, 186-197.
  • M. De Moor (2012). What do we have in common? A comparative framework for old and new literature on the commons. International Review of Social History, 57, 269-290.
  • M. De Moor (2012). A tale of two commons: some preliminary hypotheses on the long-term development of the commons in Western and Eastern Europe, 1000-1900. 'Design and Dynamics of Institutions for Collective Action’ in honour of Prof. dr. Elinor Ostrom: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2012, november 29 - 2012, december 1).
  • M. De Moor (2011). Participating is more important than winning. The Impact of Socio-Economic Change on Commoners’ Participation in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Flanders. Biennial IASCP-Conference: Hyderabad, India (2011, januari 10 - 2011, januari 14).
  • M. De Moor (2011). The art of counting. Reconstructing numeracy of the well-to-do on the basis of portraits in early modern Holland. Utrecht Seminars in Economic History: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2011, april 9 - 2011, april 9).
  • M. De Moor & J. Zuijderduijn (2011). The art of counting. Reconstructing numeracy of the well-to-do on the basis of portraits in early modern Holland. Posthumus Low Countries Meeting: Antwerp, Belgium (2011, mei 13 - 2011, mei 13).
  • M. De Moor (2011). From common pastures to global commons: A historical perspective on interdisciplinary approaches on commons. Natures Sciences Societes, 19 (4), 422-431.
  • M. De Moor (2011). Institutions for collective action and risks in developing societies: Lessons from the European past. Symposium ‘When markets fail: strategies for health, development and investment’: Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2011, oktober 7 - 2011, oktober 7).
  • M. De Moor (2011, september 13). Keynote lecture ’In tempore non suspecto. Understanding the historical roots of Europe's commons dilemmas’. Plovdiv, Bulgaria, 2nd European IASC-meeting.
  • M. De Moor (2011, april 9). Keynote lecture ‘Industrious and/or religious. Motivating the choice for living as a beguine in (Low countries, early modern period)’. Ghent, Belgium, Structure, Change and Discourse in Pre-Industrial Europe: towards a Cross-Disciplinary Study of Social Inequalities’.
  • M. De Moor (2011). From common pastures to global commons. An historical perspective on interdisciplinary approaches to commons. Biennial IASCP-Conference: Hyderabad, India (2011, januari 10 - 2011, januari 14).
  • M. De Moor & J. Zuijderduijn (2011). Squeezing the budget. Household Decision Making in History: Oxford, UK (2011, december 12 - 2011, december 12).
  • M. De Moor, A. Bouman & J. Zuijderduijn (2011). From hardship to benefit. A critical review of the nuclear hardship theory and the emergence of the European Marriage Pattern. Sixth Low Countries Conference ‘Rich and poor in the pre-industrial world’: Antwerp, Belgium (2011, december 1 - 2011, december 2).
  • M. De Moor & J. Zuijderduijn (2011). The art of counting. Reconstructing Numeracy of the well-to-do on the basis of portraits in Early modern Holland. Sixth Low Countries Conference ‘Rich and poor in the pre-industrial world’: Antwerp, Belgium (2011, december 1 - 2011, december 2).
  • M. De Moor (2010). Inleiding. De rol van instituties voor collective actie in de vroegmoderne samenleving. Leidschrift. Historisch Tijdschrift (Leiden), 25 (2), 7-19.
  • M. De Moor & J.L. van Zanden (2010). Girlpower. The European Marriage Pattern (EMP) and labour markets in the north sea region in the late medieval and early modern period. The Economic History Review, 63 (1), 1-33. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.2009.00483.x
  • M. De Moor & J.L. van Zanden (2010). "Every woman counts": A Gender-Analysis of Numeracy in the Low Countries during the Early Modern Period. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 41 (2), 179-208.
  • M. De Moor (2010, april 2). Lecture on ‘Girlpower’. Brussels, Belgium, for students of the History Masters, Free University of Brussels.
  • M. De Moor (2010, april 9). Lecture ‘Spending, saving or investing? Asset management of sixteenth-century Holland households’. Barcelona, Spain, Economic History Seminar.
  • M. De Moor (2010). Participation is more important than winning. The Impact of Social -Economic Change on Commoners' Participation in 18th-19th-Century Flanders. Continuity and Change, 25 (3), 405-433.
  • M. De Moor (2010). Spending, saving or investing. ESSHC 2010: Ghent, Belgium (2010, april 13 - 2010, april 16).
  • M. De Moor (2010). Spending, saving or investing. Utrecht Seminars in Economic History: Utrecht, The Netherlands.
  • M. De Moor (2009). Avoiding tragedies. A Flemish common and its commoners under the pressure of social and economic change during the eighteenth century. The Economic History Review, 62 (1), 1-22. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.2008.00426.x
  • M. De Moor, C.J. Zuijderduijn & J.L. van Zanden (2009). Micro-Credit in Late Medieval Waterland. Households and the Efficiency of Capital Markets in Edam and De Zeevang, 1462-1563. In La famiglia nell'economia europea secoli XIII-XVIII. The Economic Role of the Family in the European Economy from the 13th to the 18th Centuries (pp. 651-668). Firenze: Firenze University Press
  • B.J.P. van Bavel, M. De Moor & J.L. van Zanden (2009). Introduction: Factor markets in global economic history. Continuity and Change, 24 (Special Issue 01 (Factor markets in global economic history)), 9-21.
  • M. De Moor (2008). Micro-Credit in Late Medieval Waterland. Households and the efficiency of capital markets in Edam and De Zeevang, 1462-1563. 2008 Instituto Datini Study Week ‘The economic role of the family from the 13th to the 18th centuries’: Prato, Italy (2008, april 10 - 2008, april 10).
  • M. De Moor & J.L. van Zanden (2008). Van fouten kan je leren. Posthumus-Low Countries-conference: Antwerp, Belgium (2008, januari 30 - 2008, januari 30).
  • M. De Moor (2008, oktober 13). Lecture on ‘Girlpower’. Ghent, Belgium, for students of the History Masters,.
  • M. De Moor & J.L. van Zanden (2008). Do ut des. Collaboratories as a ‘new’ method for scholarly communication and cooperation for global and world history. Historical Methods: a journal of quantitative and interdisciplinary history, 41 (2), 67-78. doi: 10.3200/HMTS.41.2.67-80
  • J.L. van Zanden & M. De Moor (2008). Mensen en economie in de Gouden eeuw. Leidschrift. Historisch Tijdschrift (Leiden), 23 (2), 1-12.
  • M. De Moor & G. Bravo (2008). The Commons in Europe: from past to future. International Journal of the Commons, 2 (2), 155-161.
  • B.J.P. van Bavel, M. De Moor & J.L. van Zanden (2008). The institutional organization of land markets: introduction. Continuity and Change, 23, 9-11.
  • J.M.W.G. Lucassen, M. De Moor & J.L. van Zanden (2008). The Return of the Guilds: Towards a Global History of the Guilds in Pre-industrial Times. International Review of Social History, 53 (Supplement S16), 5-18.
  • M. De Moor (2008). The Silent Revolution: A New Perspective on the Emergence of Commons, Guilds, and Other Forms of Corporate Collective Action in Western Europe. International Review of Social History, 53 (Supplement S16), 179-212.
  • M. De Moor & J.L. van Zanden (2008). Van fouten kan je leren. Een kritische benadering van de mogelijkheden van ‘leeftijdstapelen’ voor sociaal-economisch onderzoek naar gecijferdheid in het pre-industriële Vlaanderen en Nederland. Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis, 5 (4), 55-86.
  • M. De Moor (2007). La función del común. La trayectoria de un communal en Flandes durante los siglos XVIII y XIX. In Campos Cerrados, debatos abiertos : Analisis historico y propriedad de la tierra en Europa (siglos XVI-XIX) (pp. 111-140). Pamplona: Universidad Publica de Navarra
  • M. De Moor (2007). Presentation on invitation ‘It takes two to tango’. Yearly symposium of ‘Geschiedenis en Informatica’: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2007, mei 31).
  • M. De Moor (2007). Het belang van participatie voor economische sociabiliteit. Gemene gronden in het Vlaanderen van de achttiende en negentiende eeuw. De Achttiende Eeuw, 39 (2), 41-59.
  • M. De Moor (2007). Presentation for the launch of the International Journal of the Commons. Utrecht University: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2007, oktober 30).
  • M. De Moor (2007). Presentation for the Sociology Department seminar of Utrecht University. Utrecht University: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2007, november 13).
  • M. De Moor (2007). The past is not another country. The long-term historical development of commons as a source of inspiration for research and policy. Commons-Digest, 4, 1-4.
  • M. De Moor & E. Berge (2007). Welcome to the International Journal of the Commons. The International Journal of the Commons, 1 (1), 1-2.
  • M. De Moor (2007, april 26). Lecture ‘The development of institutionalised collective action as responses to social dilemmas, in Europe from the Late Middle Ages onwards: guilds and commons as examples’. London, UK, Economic History Seminar.
  • M. De Moor (2006). Presentation 'Girl power'. Annual Conference of the Economic History Society: Reading, UK (2006, maart 31).
  • G. Bravo & M. De Moor (2006). Building the European Commons: Report of the IASCP Europe Regional Meeting Report. CPR-Digest, Quarterly Publication of the International Association for the Study of Common Property, 1-4.
  • M. De Moor & J.L. van Zanden (2006). Vrouwen en de geboorte van het kapitalisme. Amsterdam: Boom
  • M. De Moor (2006). Lecture ‘Learning from the European past. Differences in the development of collective action in North-Western Europe and Asia (since the Late Middle Ages)’. the conference ‘Locating the Communal in Asian Land’, Asia-Europe Workshop: Buon Ma Thuot, Vietnam (2006, juni 4 - 2006, juni 7).
  • M. De Moor (2006). The Silent Revolution’, presentation of the e-journal The International Journal of the Commons, and chairing sessions. Biennial IASCP-conference: Ubud,Bali,Indonesia (2006, juni 19 - 2006, juni 23).
  • M. De Moor (2006). Best dissertation in the category ‘Medieval and Early Modern Period’. Helsinki-conference, International Economic History Association for PhDs: Helsinki, Finland. Wetenschappelijk.
  • M. De Moor (2006). Collaboratories. Workshop Launch Conference Virtual Knowledge Studio: Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2006, november 11 - 2006, november 11).
  • M. De Moor (2006). Social capital & guilds. GEHN-conference ‘The return of the guilds’: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2006, oktober 5 - 2006, oktober 7).
  • M. De Moor (2006). The silent revolution. The emergence of commons and other forms of institutionalised collective action in Western Europe from the Late Middle Ages onwards. IASCP Europe Regional meeting: Brescia, Italy (2006, maart 25).
  • M. De Moor (2005). Aanwinst - Archief Gemene en Loweiden in bewaring gegeven. Archiefleven : nieuwsbrief van het Stadsarchief van Brugge, 12 (1), 2-3.
  • M. De Moor (2005). Historical Institutional Analysis on Robustness of Social-Ecological Systems. Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis: Bloomington IN, USA (2005, juni 2 - 2005, juni 6).
  • M. De Moor (2005). Presentation ‘Girl power’. South-African Association of Economics: Durban, South Africa (2006, september 1).
  • M. De Moor (2005). Invited lecture ‘De schoenen van de historicus. Kritische beschouwingen bij de toekomst van de sociaal-economische geschiedenis in de Lage Landen’. the launch of the new peer-reviewed journal Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis: Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2005, maart 30).
  • M. De Moor (2005). De Gemene en Loweiden in Assebroek als een van de laatste gemene gronden in Vlaanderen. Beknopte geschiedenis van de instelling en inventaris van het archief. Handelingen van het Genootschap voor Geschiedenis, 142 (1-2), 3-45.
  • M. De Moor (2005). Presentation ‘Girl power’. Utrecht Seminars in Economic History: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2006, oktober 1).
  • M. De Moor (2005). The historical evolution of commons in Flanders: results from a microstudy. 10th Biennial IASCP-Conference ‘The Commons in an Age of Global Transition: Challenges, Risks and Opportunities: Oxaca, Mexico (2005, augustus 9 - 2005, augustus 13).
  • M. De Moor (2005). Girl Power. The European Marriage Pattern (EMP) and labour markets in the North Sea region in the late medieval and early modern period’. GEHN-conference ‘The Rise, Organization, and Institutional Framework of Factor Markets’: (2005, juni 23 - 2005, juni 25).
  • M. De Moor (2005). Social Capital and Collective action. Annual Posthumus Meeting: Groningen, The Netherlands (2005, september 1 - 2005, september 2).
  • M. De Moor (2004, november 27). Lecture ‘A common past. Theory and practice of the management and use of commons in North West Europe, 1500-1850’. Pamplona, Spain, Seminario ‘Derechos de propriedad y análisis histórico: individualismo y comunidad’.
  • M. De Moor (2004). Bridging the gap between CPR-Research of historians and social scientists. A theoretical framework for long term interdisciplinary comparative research. 5th European Social Science History Conference: Berlin, Germany (2004, maart 24 - 2004, maart 27).
  • M. De Moor (2004, september 30). Presentation on invitation of Stichting SURF on the applications of Geografical Information Systems for historical research. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3rd Symposium Geesteswetenschappen en ICT’.
  • M. De Moor (2004). Een optimaal beheer en gebruik van natuurlijke rijkdommen: individueel of gemeenschappelijk? Het 18de-eeuwse denken over gemeenschappelijke eigendoms-en beheerssystemen voor natuurlijke rijkdommen. Symposium over natuur in de 18de eeuw: Leiden, The Netherlands (2004, januari 21).
  • M. De Moor (2003). Seminar presentation ‘Het gebruik en beheer van gemene gronden in Vlaanderen tijdens de transitie van traditionele naar moderne landbouw. Zandig Vlaanderen, 18de-19de eeuw’. ICAG: Leuven, Belgium (2003, december 2).
  • M. De Moor (2003). Het gebruik van Geografische informatiesystemen bij historisch onderzoek: goed begonnen is half gewonnen. Historia & informatica, 10 (2), 1-2.
  • M. De Moor (2003). Laureate (10K EUR). Foundation Roeping Promotion ‘André Delvaux’: . Wetenschappelijk.
  • M. De Moor & T. Wiedemann (2003). Presentation ‘Belgische Historisch GIS: Presentatie van het interactieve geografisch informatiesysteem voor historische statistieken in België 1800—2000’. Koninklijke Academie voor Nederlandse Taal en Letterkunde: Ghent, Belgium (2003, december 9).
  • M. De Moor & T. Wiedemann (2003). Verwerking van tijds- en plaatsgebonden gegevens in een historisch-geografisch informatiesysteem ten behoeve van de visualisatie van statistieken in België sinds 1796. Symposium ‘Spiegels van de werkelijkheid’: Brussels, Belgium (2003, november 21).
  • M. De Moor (2003). The equity, utility en efficiency of Flemish commons. Results from a micro-study. 4th Meeting of the Commons Network: Cambridge, UK (2003, september 19).
  • M. De Moor (2003). Les terres communes en Belgique. In Les propriétés collectives 1750-1914. Les attaques du libéralisme en Europe et Amérique latine (pp. 119-138). Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes
  • M. De Moor (2002). The Historical Geographic Information System of the Belgian territorial Structure. ESSHC 2002: The Hague, The Netherlands (2002, februari 27 - 2002, maart 2).
  • M. De Moor (2002). Presentation ‘Gemene gronden in Vlaanderen: beheer, gebruik en verdwijnen (18de-19de eeuw), (Commons in Flanders: management, use and dissolution, 18th-19th centuries). Royal Association of Dutch Agricultural Historians: Ghent, Belgium (2002, mei 30).
  • M. De Moor & T. Wiedemann (2002). A historical GIS for 200 years of Belgian Territorial Structures (1796-2000). 17th European User Conference for ESRI GIS-users: Blamkenberge, Belgium (2002, oktober 15).
  • M. De Moor, P.S. Warde & L. Shaw-Taylor (2002). The management of common land in north west Europe c. 1500-1850. Turnhout: Brepols
  • M. De Moor, L. Shaw-Taylor & P.S. Warde (2002). Preliminary conclusions. The commons of north west Europe. In The management of common land in north west Europe (8) (pp. 247-261). Turnhout: Brepols
  • P.S. Warde, M. De Moor & L. Shaw-Taylor (2002). Comparing the historical commons of north west Europe. An introduction. In The management of common land in north west Europe, c. 1500-1850 (CORN publication series nr. 8) (pp. 15-32). Turnhout: Brepols
  • M. De Moor (2002). Common Land in Flanders. In The management of common land in north west Europe, c. 1500-1850 (CORN publication series) (pp. 113-142). Turnhout: Brepols
  • M. De Moor & T. Wiedemann (2001). The Historical geographical Information system of Belgium. History & Computing (Oxford), 3 (1), 69-96.
  • M. De Moor & T. Wiedemann (2001). After 200 year: an Historical GIS for the Belgian Territorial Structure? Symposium ‘GeschiedeGIS’, FLAGIS (Flemish Association for Geographic Information Systems): Ghent, Belgium (2001, mei 10).
  • M. De Moor (2001). Presentation ‘A HIS-GIS for 200 years of Belgian Territorial Structures (1796-2000)’. the International Workshop on Historical GIS: Shanghai, China (2001, mei 24).
  • M. De Moor (2001). Lecture ‘A lot in common. Comparing the management of common land in North West Europe, 1500-1850’. Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis: Bloomington IN, USA (2001, november 24).
  • M. De Moor (2001). Loonarbeid tussen traditionele en moderne landbouw. Oost- en West-Vlaanderen tijdens de eerste helft van de 20ste eeuw. Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Nieuwste Geschiedenis, 31 (1-2), 27-74.
  • M. De Moor (2001). The occupational and geographical mobility of farm labourers in Flanders, end of the 19th - middle of the 20th century. In Labour and labour markets between town and country side (Middle ages-19th century) (Corn publication series) (pp. 292-302). Turnhout: Brepols
  • M. De Moor (2001). The Historical Geographic Information System of the Belgian territorial Structure. Social Science History Conference (Geography Network): Chicago IL, USA (2001, november 15 - 2001, november 18).
  • M. De Moor (2001). Les propriétés collective en Belgique. Table-ronde internationale ‘La propriété collective en Europe et en Amérique latine, 1750-1900 (attaques, disparition et résistances): Paris, France (2001, oktober 5 - 2001, oktober 6).
  • M. De Moor (2000). Commons in Belgium, a state of the art and recent research. ESSHC 2000: Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2000, april 12).
  • M. De Moor (2000). Presentation ‘Historical research and the use of G.I.S. in Belgium’. Institute of European Studies: Berkeley MA, USA (2001, september 21).
  • M. De Moor (1999). L'abonnement légumes, trois pour le prix d'un. Agriculture biologique, vente direct et développement durable. In Du savoir aux saveurs. 101 chemins pour une alimentation de qualité. Leuven: Fondation Universitaire Luxembourgeoise-Coopibo-EPO
  • M. De Moor (1999). Het groenteabonnement: Biologische landbouw, directe verkoop en duurzame ontwikkeling in één pakket. In Van de grond tot in je mond: 101 pistes voor kwaliteitsvoeding (pp. 106-112). Leuven: Fondation Universitaire Luxemburgeoise-Coopibo-EPO
  • M. De Moor (1998). Duurzame Landbouw in Oost-Vlaanderen’ (Sustainable agriculture in East-Flanders) for the program Sustainable Development of the Province of East-Flanders. Symposium ‘Duurzame Ontwikkeling in de provincie Oost-Vlaanderen': Ghent, Belgium (1998, december 4).
  • M. De Moor (1998). Een integrale benadering van ketenanalyse en ketenbeheer ten behoeve van bedrijven’ for the DWTC Sustainability program. Een integrale benadering van ketenanalyse en ketenbeheer ten behoeve van bedrijven’ for the DWTC Sustainability program: Brussels, Belgium (1998, september 22).
  • M. De Moor (1998). Causes of the professional and geographical mobility of farm labourers in Flanders, end of the 19th-middle of the 20th century’. 8th international CORN-conference ‘Labour and labour markets between town and countryside (Middle Ages-19th century): Brussels, Belgium (1998, december 11).

Work in Progress (2)

  • M. De Moor (2020). Three waves of cooperation. A millennium of institutions for collective action in historical perspective (Case-study: The Netherlands). In Oxford Handbook on International Economic Governance. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Oxford
  • M. De Moor (2005). Presentation ‘Girl power’. University of Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch, South Africa (2005, september 1).

Semi Scientific Publications (92)

  • M. De Moor (2020). Meer ruimte voor de 'commons'? Sociale vraagstukken.
  • M. De Moor, A.T.M. Duffhues & E. Vriens (2020). Burgercollectieven staan klaar om de post-coronasamenleving vorm te geven. De groene Amsterdammer.
  • M. De Moor (2020). De prosociale burger als copiloot. Publiek denken.
  • R. van Weeren & M. De Moor (2020). Waarom vrouwen kozen voor het begijnhof. Geschiedenis Magazine, 55 (6), 37-41.
  • M. De Moor (2020, februari 21). Keynote lecture 'De coöperatie innoveert'. Apeldoorn, The Netherlands, Rabobank Knowledge Event.
  • M. De Moor (2020, januari 28). Keynote lecture ‘The Commons: Als we samenbeheren en besturen'. The Hague, The Netherlands, Debate series ‘Nieuwe Democratie’.
  • M. De Moor (2020, juni 11). Lecture ‘De stad van betrokken burgers’. Online, Verbindingsfestival.
  • M. De Moor (2020, juni 11). Lecture ‘Commons & crises: Understanding the emergence and functioning of institutions for collective action in relation to transitions in the past millennium’. Online, International Association for the Commons / Center for Behavior, Institutions and the Environment / Resilience Alliance.
  • M. De Moor (2020). Invited academic expert Expert Session ‘Lifecycle of Community Enterprises’.
  • M. De Moor (2020). Keynote lecture. ‘Energy Cities' Annual Conference 2020’: Heerlen, The Netherlands (2020, september 15 - 2020, september 17).
  • M. De Moor (2019). Invited speaker. New Commons Forum: Brussels, Belgium (2019, januari 12).
  • M. De Moor (2019). Invited speaker. Presentation INBO Report ‘Natuurverkenning 2050): Brussels, Belgium (2019, februari 18).
  • M. De Moor (2019). Keynote speaker. Dag van de Dorps- en Wijkraden: Hoofddorp, The Netherlands (2019, februari 9).
  • M. De Moor (2019). Invited speaker. ‘To Coop or Not to Coop’: Ghent, Belgium (2019, mei 7).
  • K. Van de Velde, D. Holemans & M. De Moor (2019). Wanneer burgers samen het heft in handen nemen (deel 1): Burgercollectieven opgericht in 2015 en 2016 van naderbij bekeken. Tijdschrift Oikos, 90 (2), 66-87.
  • M. De Moor (2019). Invited speaker ‘Ledenbetrokkenheid en het “commons” (gemene gronden) analysemodel. Anseele Inspiratiesessies voor Coöperaties Series: Ghent, Belgium (2019, november 16).
  • M. De Moor (2019). Over oude burgercollectieven en burgercollectieven door en voor ouderen. Geron : tijdschrift over ouder worden en maatschappij, 21 (3).
  • R. van Weeren & M. De Moor (2019). Ja, ik wil! Verliefd, verloofd, getrouwd in Amsterdam 1580-1810. Amsterdam: Prometheus
  • M. De Moor (2019, september 15). Lecture ‘Samenwerken, hoe doe je dat?’. Sint-Lievens-Esse, Belgium, BD-Zomerschool.
  • M. De Moor (2018, juni 27). Keynote lecture ‘Burgercollectieven in een krimpgebied: van noodzaak naar opportuniteit?’. Roermond, The Netherlands, Oranjefonds Inspiratiedag ‘Zorgen voor elkaar’.
  • M. De Moor (2018). Invited expert panel debate. ‘Business meets Science’ / moderator final discussion at International Cooperative Alliance 2018 European Research Conference 'Cooperatives in a rapidly changing world: Innovation in enterprise': Wageningen, The Netherlands (2018, juli 4 - 2018, juli 6).
  • M. De Moor (2018). Invited expert debate ‘MO*talks: De échte inzet van de gemeenteraadsverkiezingen’.
  • M. De Moor (2018, oktober 11). Invited lecture ‘Is de coöperatie het nieuwe economische model van de toekomst’. Zeist, The Netherlands, Achmea in Verandering.
  • M. De Moor (2018, oktober 7). Invited lecture ‘The commoner’s society’. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Sandberg Institute.
  • M. De Moor (2018). Invited speaker ‘Antwerpen Sharing City. The more we share, the more we have’.
  • M. De Moor (2018). Keynote speaker ‘BOO’s onmisbaar’.
  • M. De Moor (2018). Invited speaker, ‘Burgerbetrokkenheid en/of bemoeienis in een veranderende samenleving’. The Dag van de Lokale Democratie: Amersfoort, The Netherlands (2018, november 13).
  • M. De Moor (2018). Presentation pilot Dorpsspel with L. Antonides, developed for LVKK. The Dag van de Lokale Democratie: Amersfoort, The Netherlands (2018, november 16).
  • M. De Moor (2018). Invited speaker ‘Commons’. Meet-up Ondernemersfonds Utrecht: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2018, november 21).
  • L.H. Antonides, C. Witte & M. De Moor (2018). Alleen inspraak organiseren is niet meer genoeg. Tijdschrift voor sociale vraagstukken.
  • M. De Moor (2018, maart 1). Invited lecture ‘Het ik en het wij’. Oisterwijk, The Netherlands, Presentatie Toekomstgids Brabant.
  • M. De Moor (2018). Invited expert VPRO Tegenlicht Meet-ups. Dutch national TV-documentary ‘Ons Gemeengoed’: various locations, The Netherlands and Belgium (2018, april 3 - 2018, april 23).
  • M. De Moor (2018, mei 17). Invited lecture ‘'Met gemeenschapskracht moet je zuinig omspringen'. Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1e Nationale Dialoog ‘Gemeenschapskracht’.
  • M. De Moor (2018, mei 17). Invited lecture. Tienen, Belgium, Getecafé meeting Regionaal Landschap Zuid-Hageland.
  • M. De Moor (2017). Invited discussant WRR Workshop 'Open Society And Its Virtues'.
  • M. De Moor (2017). Invited expert participant. KNAW Academy Career Development Day 2017 ‘Navigating through Career Galaxies: Explore Your Hitchhiker’s Backpack’: Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2017, maart 23).
  • M. De Moor (2017). Invited expert participant and lecturer. Meeting Samenlevingsopbouw Vlaanderen: Brussels, Belgium (2017, maart 23).
  • M. De Moor (2017). Invited expert Centre for the Humanities debate 'Citizen Science'.
  • M. De Moor (2017, maart 25). Invited public lecture 'We doen het zelf wel'. Amersfoort, The Netherlands, HUMAN Festival.
  • M. De Moor (2017). Invited discussant SOSCO International Conference Sovereignty, Contestation, and "the Economy"'.
  • M. De Moor (2017). Invited expert debate 'Historici op de bres voor democratie'. Historicidagen 2017: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2017, augustus 24 - 2017, augustus 26).
  • M. De Moor (2017, oktober 12). Invited expert PBL Academic Lecture. The Hague, The Netherlands, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency.
  • M. De Moor (2017). Een stad voor vrouwen. In Jaarboek van het Felix Timmermans-Genootschap (pp. 119-127). Lier: Felix Timmermans-Genootschap
  • M. De Moor (2016, maart 16). Lecture ‘ All that we share? Commons and the “new” forms of collaborative consumption and production’ at Expert Session ‘The Commons’. Amterdam, The Netherlands, Forum on European Culture.
  • M. De Moor (2016). Invited participant ‘Manifeestatie’. DuurzaamDoor: (2016, december 5).
  • M. De Moor (2016, maart 16). Invited lecture 'Welke rol speelt coöperatief ondernemen in het beheren van de 'commons'?'. Ghent, Belgium, Workshop 'De kracht van coöperaties voor het beheer van commons'.
  • M. De Moor (2016, september 14). Invited public lecture ‘Leren van eeuwenoude burgercollectieven’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, Culturele Zondag 'Win-Win'.
  • M. De Moor (2016). Invited expert participant symposium ‘SelfCity Ghent’.
  • M. De Moor (2016, maart 16). Transition Lecture. ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, at launch ‘RUW’-initiative.
  • M. De Moor (2016, november 17). Invited lecture ‘Tussen angst en hoop. Lessen van privatisering en van burgers in Nederland’. Brussels, Belgium, Trefdag SociaalWerk ActieNetwerk.
  • M. De Moor (2016, december 1). Invited participant debate ‘Is de coöperatie het model van de toekomst?’. Ghent, Belgium, Festival van de Gelijkheid.
  • M. De Moor (2016). Invited participant debate Think Tank session 'Revival van de utopie.
  • M. De Moor (2016, maart 16). Lecture ‘Is de participatiesamenleving de weg vooruit?’ [‘Is the participation society the road ahead?’] at workshop ‘Vergrijzing! Hoe houd je je dorp vitaal?’ [‘Ageing: how to keep your village alive?’]. Havelte, The Netherlands, Dutch Platform for International Adult Education.
  • M. De Moor (2016, november 17). Invited lecture ‘De Commons’. Ghent, Belgium, Trefdag Sociaal-Cultureel Werk 2016.
  • A.H. Boele, P.L.M. Leisink, M. De Moor & D. Harkes (2015). Zorgcoöperaties staan niet meer lijnrecht tegenover zorgorganisaties. Sociale vraagstukken website.
  • M. De Moor (2015). Inleiding: what we have in common. In De energietransitie naar energiedemocratie (pp. 7-11). Berchem: REScoop.eu
  • M. De Moor (2015, november 26). Invited lecture ‘Topvrouwen, waar begint ‘t mee?’ [‘Top women, what does it start with?’] at Symposium ‘Vrouwelijk talent voor de boardroom gevonden’ [‘Female talent found for the board room’]. The Hague The Netherlands, Topvrouwen.nl.
  • M. De Moor (2015, november 26). Invited lecture at Public Debate ‘Wat kunnen burgers doen voor het weidelandschap?’ [‘What can citizens mean for the meadows?’]. Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, King of the Meadows.
  • M. De Moor (2015). Expert participant Symposium 'De Avond van Wetenschap en Maatschappij' [‘Evening of Science and Society’]. Foundation The Evening of Science and Society: The Hague, The Netherlands (2015, oktober 5).
  • M. De Moor (2015, april 7). Invited lecture ‘De ondraaglijke lichtheid van de participatiesamenleving?‘ [‘The unbearable lightness of the participation society?’]. Terschelling, The Netherlands, Oerol/De Waddenacademie/De Jonge Akademie.
  • M. De Moor (2015, april 7). Invited lecture. Tilburg, The Netherlands, Conference 'Coöperatief ondernemerschap in de private en publieke sector' ['Cooperative entrepreneurship in the private and public sector'].
  • M. De Moor (2014). Faculty Debate ‘Science in Transition: Moving Forward’.
  • M. De Moor (2014). Invited participant on the Gentse Feesten. ebate series 'Zonder dwarsliggers kunnen de treinen niet rijden': Ghent, Belgium (2014, juli 19).
  • M. De Moor (2014). Debate Conference. ‘Het Groene Boek #4’: Brussels, Belgium (2014, april 27).
  • M. De Moor (2014, maart 19). Lecture ‘Van correctie mechanisme tot aanvaard governance model? Burgercollectieven in relatie tot het verleden en de overheid’ at conference ‘Lokale kracht: the next step’. 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, conference ‘Lokale kracht: the next step’.
  • M. De Moor (2014, januari 15). Homo Cooperans. Institutions for collective action and the compassionate society. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Conference 'Radicalizing the local).
  • M. De Moor (2014, oktober 11). Lecture. Ghent, Belgium, Symposium ‘Commons’ of the educational course ‘Ecological philosophy and politics ‘.
  • M. De Moor (2014, augustus 21). Lecture ‘Business historians: (wo)men with or without a plan?’. Utrecht, The Netherlands, 8th Annual Congress of the European Business History Association, European Business History Association.
  • M. De Moor (2014, september 19). Closing lecture. 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, Day of the Cooperative 2014 ‘Alles draait om delen en doen’ [Everything is about around sharing and acting’].
  • M. De Moor (2014, september 19). Lecture ‘Is de toekomst coöperatief?’. Ghent, Belgium, Festival ‘Niets Is Verloren’.
  • M. De Moor (2014). Co-operating for the future. Inspiration from the European past to develop public-collective partnerships and transgenerational cooperatives. In Protecting future generations through commons: what can social, intergenerational & distributive justice approaches learn from the commons (Council of Europe "Trends in Social Cohesion" Series) (pp. 75-99). Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing
  • M. De Moor (2014). Presentation of Project ‘Ja, ik wil!’ [‘Yes, I Do!’]. Visitors Council Amsterdam City Archives: Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2014, december 12).
  • M. De Moor (2013). Keynote lecture ‘The cooperative continuum’ and debate ‘Revolution at Point Zero’.
  • M. De Moor (2013). Participant in Utrecht Science Park Knowledge Debate ‘Doe het lekker zelf!’.
  • M. De Moor (2013). Participant / invited expert in debates series ‘Zonder dwarsliggers kan de trein niet rijden’, debate 'De grote energiezwendel van Electrabel en Co: wij worden allen opgelicht!'. Gentse Feesten: Ghent, Belgium (2013, juli 26).
  • M. De Moor (2013, november 23). Zet leken niet in voor de selectie van wetenschappelijk onderzoek. NRC
  • F.S.J. van Laerhoven & M. De Moor (2013, januari 29). Open Access: tijd voor een doorbraak. DUB
  • M. De Moor (2013). De Herontdekking van het Collectief. Samenleving en Politiek, 29-38.
  • M. De Moor (2013). Participant/invited expert. Workshop ‘Historische Vergelijkingen voor Hedendaags Gebruik’: The Hague, The Netherlands (2013, november 29).
  • M. De Moor (2013, oktober 3). Keynote lecture ‘Homo cooperans. Instituties voor collectieve actie en de solidaire samenleving’. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Workshop ’25 jaar Amsterdams Steunpunt Wonen’.
  • M. De Moor (2012, maart 9). Opening lecture ‘Commons: the concept'. Brussels, Belgium, Conference 'De Commons: hoe beheren wat van iedereen is?’.
  • M. De Moor (2012, november 22). Lecture ‘De gemeenschappelijke wortels van coöperaties’. Brussels, Belgium, Symposium ‘Coöperaties: een leerrijk verleden, een beloftevolle toekomst’.
  • M. De Moor (2012). In tempore non suspecto. Understanding the historical roots of Europe's commons dilemmas. Commons-Digest, 3-3.
  • M. De Moor (2012). Participant in debate ‘If Mayors Ruled the World’ (together with Prof. dr. Benjamin Barber, prof. dr. Herman Wijffels, mayor of Heerlen Paul Depla, and deputy mayor of Utrecht Frits Lintmeijer).
  • M. De Moor (2012). House of Commons.
  • M. De Moor (2011). Lustrum-symposium ‘Our Common future/the future of our commons’. Studium Generale: Utrecht, The Netherlands (2011, mei 16 - 2011, mei 16).
  • M. De Moor (2011, april 2). Girlpower. Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands, Archeon.
  • S.G. Carmichael, M. De Moor & J.L. van Zanden (2011). "When the heart is baked, don't try to knead it." Huwelijksleeftijd en leeftijdsverschil tussen partners als maatstaf van 'agency' van vrouwen. In Levenslopen in Transformatie; liber amicorum bij het afscheid van prof. dr. Paul M.M. Klep (pp. 208-221). Amsterdam: Valkhof
  • C.J. Zuijderduijn & M. De Moor (2010). Tel uit je winst. Markteconomie en gecijferdheid in de late Middeleeuwen. Madoc. Tijdschrift over de Middeleeuwen, 24 (3), 130-139.
  • M. De Moor (2002). België: hoe de gemene gronden verdwenen. Over ruimtegebruik, productiviteit en privatisering. In Anarchistisch Jaarboek De As (De Verloedering van het landschap) (pp. 35-48). Moerkapelle: Stichting DE AS
  • M. De Moor (1999). Knelpunten bij afvalpreventie op gemeentelijk niveau. Leefmilieu, 5, 172-179.
  • M. De Moor & E. Vanhaute (1998). De logica van de wetgever en de wijsheid van de boer. Heideontginningen eind 18de tot begin 20ste eeuw. In Jaarboek van de v.z.w. Museum Kempenland (pp. 11-15). Lommel: Museum Kempenland

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