Chair
Institutions for collective action in historical perspective
Date of appointment 01.12.2012
Inaugural lecture date 30.08.2013
Involved in the following study programme(s)
Scientific expertise
human capital and economic growth
marriage patterns
role of women in economic development
commons
beguines
citizens' collectivities
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  • 01/12/2012-...: Full Professor 'Institutions for Collective Action in Historical Perspective', Department of Social and Economic History, Utrecht University
  • 01/04/2010-30/11/2012: Associate Professor, Department of Social and Economic History, Utrecht University
  • 01/09/2004-31/03/2010: Assistant Professor, Research Institute for History and Culture, Utrecht University
  • 01/07/2006-30/09/2006: ‘Theme manager’ for DANS (temporarily detached)
  • October 2003-August 2004: Assistant-ad-interim at the Department of Early Modern History, Ghent University (Belgium)
  • January 2003-June 2003: Visiting Scholar at the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam
  • February 1999-December 2002: PhD-researcher at the Department of Medieval History, University of Ghent (Belgium) (Project of the National Fund for Scientific research Macht en Plattelandsontwikkeling)
  • June 2001-December 2002: Co-ordinator of the project The Historical GIS of the Belgian Territorial Structure (promotor: Prof. dr. E. Vanhaute) (see: http://www.flwi.ugent.be/hisgis)
  • Academic year 1999-2000: lecturer of Social-economic history, Modern history (practica), Ghent University (Belgium)
  • Academic years 1998-1999, 1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, 2003-2004 (with prof. E. Thoen): lecturer of Historical Cartography and GIS-applications and Environmental History, Ghent University (Belgium)
  • March 1998-January 1999: scientific researcher at the Centre for Sustainable Development (CSD, Prof. R. Doom), Ghent University (Belgium). Project: An integrated approach of chain analysis for chain management of companies (research for the federal government as part of the federal program on sustainable development)
  • October 1997: researcher at the Centrum for the Study of the Flemish Cultural Life for the New Encyclopedia of the Flemish Movement

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All publications
  2017 - Scholarly publications
Boele, A.H. & De Moor, M. (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
  2016 - Scholarly publications
Laborda Peman, M. & De Moor, M. (2016). History and the commons: A necessary conversation. International Journal of the Commons, 10 (2), (pp. 517-528) (12 p.).
De Moor, M., Lana Berasaín, José Miguel, Laborda Peman, M., van Weeren, R. & Winchester, Angus (2016). Ruling the commons. Introducing a new methodology for the analysis of historical commons. International Journal of the Commons, 10 (2), (pp. 529-588) (60 p.).
Carmichael, S.G., de Pleijt, A.M., van Zanden, J.L. & De Moor, M. (2016). The European Marriage Pattern and its measurement. Journal of Economic History, 76 (1), (pp. 196-204) (9 p.).
  2016 - Professional publications
De Moor, M. (2016). Dare to dig! More history is needed to take historical demography a few steps further... In Koen Matthys, Saskia Hin, Jan Kok & Hideko Matsuo (Eds.), The future of historical demography: Upside down and inside out (pp. 16) (18 p.). Leuven: Acco.
  2016 - Other output
M. De Moor (02.05.2016). Colloquium Lecture 'From care to cable: Market failure and citizens' collectivities in the Netherlands'.
M. De Moor (10.05.2016). European Regional Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC). IASC, European Regional Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons.
M. De Moor (25.05.2016). Expert Meeting KNAW ‘Moral Sentiments in Modern Society’.
M. De Moor (02.06.2016). Expert Session ‘The Commons’, Forum on European Culture.
M. De Moor (14.09.2016). Invited expert participant. City Talk.
M. De Moor (15.12.2016). Invited lecture. Manifeestatie.
M. De Moor (28.01.2016). Invited lecture '"Because family and friends got easily weary of taking care." A new perspective on the specialisation in th elderly care sector in early modern Holland'. LSE Economic History Seminar Lecture.
M. De Moor (17.11.2016). Invited lecture 'De Commons'. Trefdag Sociaal-Cultureel Werk.
M. De Moor (30.11.2016). Invited lecture 'De Commons'. Trefdag SociaalWerk ActieNetwerk.
M. De Moor (30.10.2016). Invited lecture 'Leren van eeuwenoude burgercollectieven'. Culturele Zondag.
M. De Moor (04.02.2016). Invited lecture 'Reversing the knowledge chain... Exchanging knowledge on commons, collective action, and self-governance'. LANDforum.
M. De Moor (06.07.2016). Invited lecture 'Ruling the commons from past to present'. Utrecht Summer School 2016.
M. De Moor (11.04.2016). Invited Lecture 'Soigneer je vrijwilligers' at session 'Citizen science: iedereen wetenschapper?'. WTC2016 - 4e Vakconferentie Wetenschapscommunicatie.
M. De Moor (14.07.2016). Invited lecture 'Theory of Commons as a tool of change'. Green Summer Academy 'Green Poland - Green River'.
M. De Moor (08.09.2016). Invited lecture 'Welke rol speelt coöperatief ondernemen in het beheren van de "commons"?'. Workshop 'De kracht van coöperaties voor het beheer van commons'.
M. De Moor (22.04.2016). Invited lecture 'Where do the commons come from?'. Workshop 'Commons in Progress'.
M. De Moor (09.11.2016). Invited participant debate. Symposium 'SelfCity Ghent'.
M. De Moor (01.12.2016). Invited participant debate. Festival van de Gelijkheid.
M. De Moor (19.04.2016). Keynote lecture 'All that we share? Commons and the “new” forms of collaborative consumption and production'. Symposium New Amsterdam Academy "Veranderend Burgerschap".
M. De Moor (17.03.2016). Keynote lecture 'Is de participatiebeweging de weg vooruit?'. Workshop "Vergrijzing! Hoe houd je je dorp vitaal".
M. De Moor (05.09.2016). Keynote lecture 'The dynamics of European institutions for collective action over the past 1000 years'. Lorentz Center Workshop "Emerging Institutions: Design or Evolution?".
M. De Moor (16.06.2016). KNAW-Symposium "Citizen Science: De betrokkenheid van burgers in het wetenschappelijke proces".
M. De Moor (20.01.2016). Lecture “The ‘original’ commons. From today to history and back again” at INDIGO international symposium “Ploughing up the landed commons”, Leuven (Belgium). INDIGO international symposium “Ploughing up the landed commons”.
M. De Moor (20.06.2016). Oikos Think Tank session ‘Gent: city of the commons?’.
M. De Moor (23.09.2016). Paper presentation 'Marriage and migration. The development of the Dutch marriage pattern and the impact of migration (1600-1900). 2016 European Society of Historical Demography Conference.
M. De Moor (05.12.2016). Participant in plenary debate. Think Tank session 'Revival van de utopie'.
M. De Moor (30.03.2016). Session chair 'Why Care? – Intergenerational Support from an Interdisciplinary Perspective Session'. Eleventh European Social Science History conference.
M. De Moor (23.06.2016). Symposium "Cooperation in the field".
M. De Moor (16.03.2016). Symposium Launch RUW-Platform.
  2015 - Scholarly publications
De Moor, M. & Tukker, A. (2015). Survival without sanctioning - The relationship between institutional resilience and methods to deal with freeriding on early modern Dutch commons. In Niels Grüne, Jonas Hübner & Gerhard Siegl (Eds.), Jahrbuch für Geschichte des ländlichen Raumes [Rural History Yearbook] 2015 - Ländliche Gemeingüter/Rural Commons (pp. 175-206). Innsbruck/Vienna/Bolzano: StudienVerlag.
De Moor, T. (2015). The dilemma of the commoners - Understanding the use of common-pool resources in long-term perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  2015 - Professional publications
Schippers, Joop, van der Lippe, A.G., De Moor, M., Boselie, J.P.P.E.F., Pennings, Frans & Taris, A.W. (2015). Op weg naar een duurzame arbeidsmarkt - Bright minds, better future. (56 p.). Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht.
  2015 - Popularising publications
Boele, A.H., Leisink, P.L.M., De Moor, M. & Harkes, Daniëlle (2015). Zorgcoöperaties staan niet meer lijnrecht tegenover zorgorganisaties. Sociale vraagstukken website
  2015 - Other output
M. De Moor (06.11.2015). 1st IASC Thematic Conference on Urban Commons.
M. De Moor (10.06.2015). 4th Think Tank Session 'Cooperation in care: factors of failure and success'.
M. De Moor (12.03.2015). Conference 'Citizenship 3.0. Towards a new understanding of the role of citizens in the 21st century'.
M. De Moor (24.04.2015). Conference 'Considering Women in the Early Modern Low Countries'.
M. De Moor (07.04.2015). Conference 'Coöperatief ondernemerschap in de private en publieke sector'.
M. De Moor (12.02.2015). Expert Workshop 'Using Genealogical Data in Scientific Research'.
M. De Moor (04.05.2015). Govenpro Seminar lecture.
M. De Moor (15.10.2015). Invited seminar lecture 'Premarital Cohabitation in Early Modern Amsterdam'. Seminar Lecture Research Group Economic and Social History.
M. De Moor (26.11.2015). Lecture at public debate "Commons and community sense", organized by "King of the Meadows". Debate "What can citizens do to preserve the meadows?".
M. De Moor (04.12.2015). Lecture 'Setting the stage: challenges and prospects'. Conference "Commons: Citizens, Law and Governments".
M. De Moor (23.05.2015). Opening and closure speech, award speech Elinor Ostrom Award. XV Biennial IASC-Conference 'Commons amidst Complexity and Change'.
M. De Moor (14.10.2015). Symposium "The road to a sustainable labour market".
M. De Moor (05.10.2015). Symposium 'De Avond van Wetenschap en Maatschappij:"Geloof in Wetenschap"'. Symposium "De Avond van Wetenschap en Maatschappij".
M. De Moor (17.11.2015). Think Thank Session on collective action in care and living. Think Thank Session on collective action in care and living.
M. De Moor (17.06.2015). Workshop 'Understanding cooperation: a multidisciplinary perspective'.
M. De Moor (26.05.2015). XV Biennial IASC-Conference 'Commons amidst Complexity and Change'.
  2014 - Scholarly publications
Boele, Anita, Bouman, Annemarie & De Moor, Tine (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 Isabelle Devos, Koen Matthijs & Bart Van de Putte (Eds.), Kwetsbare groepen in/en historische demografie - Historisch-demografisch onderzoek in Vlaanderen en Nederland Jaarboek Historische Demografie 2014 (pp. 21-46). Leuven: Acco.
van Weeren, R. & De Moor, M. (2014). Controlling the commoners - Methods to prevent, detect and sanction freeriding on the Dutch commons in the early modern period. Agricultural History Review, 62 (2), (pp. 256-277).
De Moor, M. (2014). Cooperating for the future. Inspiration from the European past to develop public-collective partnerships and transgenerational cooperatives. In S. Bailey, G. Farrell & U. Mattei (Eds.), Saving future generations through commons (pp. 81-104) (24 p.). Strasbourg Cedex: Council of Europe Publishing.
De Moor, M. (2014). Single, safe, and sorry? Explaining the early modern beguine movement in the Low Countries. Journal of Family History, 39 (1), (pp. 3-21) (19 p.).
  2014 - Other output
M. De Moor (19.09.2014). Closing Lecture. ZLTO Dag van de Coöperatie 2014 - 'Alles draait om delen en doen'.
M. De Moor (19.09.2014). Closing speech of conference. IASC 3rd European Meeting.
De Moor, M. (16.07.2014). 'Cooperating for the future. The formation of citizens’ collectivities in the perspective of Europe’s past and present'. Annual Conference Academia Europaea.
M. De Moor (30.01.2014). Co-organizer and Co-chair. Second Think Tank Session 'Locale Kracht: voorbij het applaus'.
M. De Moor (18.12.2014). Invited Commentator at conference session. CGEH Conference 'Deep Causes of Economic Development'.
M. De Moor (05.06.2014). Invited Discussant. Annual Posthumus Conference 2014.
M. De Moor (12.02.2014). Invited Discussant Faculty Debate 'Science in Transition'. Faculty Debate 'Science in Transition: Moving Forward'.
M. De Moor (10.02.2014). Invited Lecture 'Homo Cooperans. Institutions for Collective Action and the Compassionate Society'. Wetenschappelijke Raad Regeringsbeleid, Workshop 'From welfare state to welfare society. New roles for citizens’agencies and governments'.
M. De Moor (28.02.2014). Keynote lecture 'From correction mechanism to accepted governance model? The role of citizens’ collectivities in the future of the Netherlands'. KNAW, Seminar 'Citizenship and Co-operation - Trend or Hype?', Knowledge Centre Institutions of the Open Society in co-operation with the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).
M. De Moor (27.04.2014). Lecture. Meeting 'Het Groene Boek #4'.
M. De Moor (06.03.2014). Lecture. Invitational Seminar 'Lokale participatie in het sociale domein'.
M. De Moor (12.12.2014). Lecture for Bezoekersraad 'Ja, ik wil (alles weten)! Wat wetenschappers doen met de resultaten van het Ja, ik wil-project!'.
M. De Moor (15.01.2014). Lecture 'Homo Cooperans. Institutions for Collective Action and the Compassionate Society'. Conference 'Radicalizing the local'.
M. De Moor (20.09.2014). Lecture 'Is de toekomst coöperatief?'. Festival 'Niets is verloren'.
M. De Moor (22.10.2014). Lecture 'Ja, ik wil (alles weten)! Wat wetenschappers doen met de resultaten van het Ja, ik wil-project!. Participants Meeting Project 'Ja, ik wil!'.
M. De Moor (19.03.2014). Lecture 'Van correctie mechanisme tot aanvaard governance model? Burgercollectieven in relatie tot het verleden en de overheid'. Conference Aedes-Actiz Knowledge Centre for housing and care 'Lokale Kracht: the next step'.
M. De Moor (25.09.2014). Lecture 'Van correctiemechanisme tot aanvaard governance model? Burgercollectieven in relatie tot het verleden en de overheid'. Amsterdam, Divosa Lecture Series Free University of Amsterdam.
M. De Moor (13.03.2014). Lecture 'Vrouwen & trouwen in vroegmodern Europa'. Introductory meeting Project 'Ja, ik wil!'.
M. De Moor (05.02.2014). Maatschappelijk initiatief in historisch perspectief (jaarbericht VNG). Utrecht, Vereniging Nederlandse Gemeenten 'Slim Samenwerken Dag'.
De Moor, Tine & Fink-Jensen, Jonathan (15.08.2014). Ook minder 'avontuurlijke' zelfstandigen sluiten zich nu aan bij een Broodfonds.
M. De Moor (18.06.2014). Organiser of Working Group 'Commons in Historicl Perspective'. 5th Workshop on the Ostrom Workshop.
M. De Moor (01.05.2014). Organizer. Participants Meeting Project 'Ja, ik wil!'.
M. De Moor (13.03.2014). Organizer. Introductory meeting Project 'Ja, ik wil!'.
M. De Moor (19.02.2014). Participant. Workshop 'Population Reconstruction'.
M. De Moor (11.10.2014). Symposium 'Commons'forms part of the educational course 'Ecological philosophy and politics' by Aarde-Werk. Lecture at Symposium 'Commons'.
  2013 - Scholarly publications
Laborda Peman, M. & De Moor, T. (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), (pp. 7-33) (27 p.).
Humphries, J., De Moor, T. & Zuijderduijn, C.J. (2013). Introduction. European Review of Economic History, 17 (2), (pp. 141-146) (6 p.).
De Moor, T. & Zuijderduijn, C.J. (2013). Preferences of the poor: market participation and asset management of poor households in sixteenth-century Holland. European Review of Economic History, 17 (2), (pp. 233-249) (17 p.).
Zuijderduijn, C.J. & De Moor, T. (2013). Spending, saving or investing? Risk management in sixteenth-century Dutch households. Economic history review, 66 (1), (pp. 36-51) (16 p.).
De Moor, T. & Zuijderduijn, C.J. (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, 46 (1), (pp. 41-56) (16 p.).
  2013 - Popularising publications
De Moor, T. (2013). De Herontdekking van het Collectief. Samenleving en politiek (4), (pp. 29-38) (10 p.).
De Moor, M. (23.10.2013). Die Kraft von unten. Frankfurter Allgemeine (online)
van Laerhoven, F.S.J. & De Moor, T. (29.01.2013). Open acces: tijd voor een doorbraak. DUB
  2013 - Other output
De Moor, M. (19.08.2013). Chair session 'Ruling The Commons II'. EURHO Rural History Conference 2013.
M. De Moor (28.02.2013). Co-organizer Workshop 'Publish or Perish'. Co-organizer Workshop 'Publish or Perish'.
M. De Moor (23.04.2013). Dealing with the Digital World. Utrecht, Humanities Lectures Series Graduate School of Humanities (Utrecht University).
M. De Moor (30.08.2013). Homo cooperans. Instituties voor collectieve actie en de solidaire samenleving. Utrecht, Inaugurele rede professor 'Instituties voor Collectieve Actie in Historisch Perspectief'.
De Moor, M. (2013). Homo cooperans. Instituties voor collectieve actie en de solidaire samenleving. (40 p.). Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht, Faculteit Geesteswetenschappen.
De Moor, M. (2013). Homo cooperans. Institutions for collective action and the compassionate society. Utrecht: Utrecht University, Faculty of Humanities.
M. De Moor (04.12.2013). Invited Lecture 'Homo Cooperans. Institutions for Collective Action and the Compassionate Society'. Växjö, Sweden, Linnaeus University.
M. De Moor (05.12.2013). Invited Lecture'Homo Cooperans. Institutions for Collective Action and the Compassionate Society'. Lund, Sweden, Lund University.
De Moor, M. (29.11.2013). Invited participant. Workshop 'Historische Vergelijkingen voor Hedendaags Gebruik'.
M. De Moor (31.01.2013). Keynote lecture 'The cooperative continuum'. Utrecht, Debate 'Revolution at Point Zero', organized by Casco.
M. De Moor (01.06.2013). Lecture ‘Participation is good for you (and the community). Leren van de commons over consensus-building’. Plenary conference Sociaal Wetenschappelijke Raad 'Verleden, heden en toekomst van het consensusmodel'.
M. De Moor (03.10.2013). Lecture 'Homo cooperans. Instituties voor collectieve actie en de solidaire samenleving'. Workshop '25 jaar Amsterdams Steunpunt Wonen'.
M. De Moor (03.10.2013). Lecture 'Homo cooperans. Instituties voor collectieve actie en de solidaire samenleving'. Wageningen, Wereldlezing Lectures Series WUR.
M. De Moor (23.10.2013). Lecture 'Homo Cooperans. The societal impact of research on institutions for collective action'. Brussels, Belgium, Lecture for European Research Council committee.
M. De Moor (17.10.2013). Organization Think Tank Session 'Citizens' collectivities in care'. Organization Think Tank Session 'Citizens' collectivities in care'.
De Moor, M. & Zijdeman, R.L. (12.12.2013). Paper presentation 'Making the household work. Non-kin deployment as a survival strategy in the early modern household (The Netherlands, 18th century)'. Zesde Dag van de Historische Demografie - 'Vulnerability. Kwetsbare groepen en historische demografie'.
De Moor, M. (06.03.2013). Paper presentation '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 Northwest-Europe, c. 1000-2000'.
De Moor, M. (18.06.2013). Participant debate. Utrecht Science Park Knowledge Debate 'Doe 't lekker zelf!'.
De Moor, M. (26.07.2013). Participant debate 'De grote energiezwendel van Electrabel en Co: wij worden allen opgelicht!'. Debate series 'Zonder dwarsliggers kan de trein niet rijden'.
M. De Moor (20.08.2013). Participation versus punishment. The relationship between institutional longevity and sanctioning in the early modern times (case studies from the East of the Netherlands). EURHO Rural History Conference 2013.
M. De Moor (07.09.2013). The Commercial Household. Alternatives To Intergenerational Support In A European Marriage Pattern-Area (The Netherlands, 17th Century). European Historical Economics Society Conference.
M. De Moor (21.03.2013). The Commercial Household. Living-in-(non-)kin and household composition in a EMP-area (The Netherlands, 17th century. Seminars in Economic History Series.
M. De Moor (05.02.2013). The Commercial Household. Living-in-(non-)kin and household composition in a EMP-area (The Netherlands, 17th century). Seminars in Economic History Series.
  2012 - Scholarly publications
De Moor, T. (2012). Inspiratie uit ons institutionele geheugen. Instituties voor collectieve actie als structurele oplossingen voor sociale dilemma's in het Europese verleden. In V.W. Buskens & W.A.F. Maas (Eds.), Samenwerking in sociale dilemma's; voorbeelden van Nederlands onderzoek (pp. 185-208) (24 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
van Zanden, J.L., De Moor, T. & Zuijderduijn, C.J. (2012). Small is beautiful: the efficiency of credit markets in the late medieval Holland. European Review of Economic History, 16 (1), (pp. 3-22) (20 p.).
De Moor, T. (2012). What do we have in common? A comparative framework for old and new literature on the commons. International Review of Social History, 57, (pp. 269-290) (22 p.).
  2012 - Professional publications
De Moor, T. (2012). In tempore non suspecto. Understanding the historical roots of Europe's commons dilemmas. Commons-Digest (12), (pp. 3-3) (1 p.).
  2012 - Other output
M. De Moor (08.06.2012). Closing lecture. Utrecht, Final symposium Honoursclass Community and Cooperation.
M. De Moor (27.01.2012). Competitive commons? A re-evaluation of commons as an economic alternative for resource use and management. Utrecht, Lecture series Centre for the Humanities (Utrecht University).
M. De Moor (11.09.2012). Co-organizer. Knowledge Commons Conference.
M. De Moor (05.09.2012). De herontdekking van het collectief. 's-Hertogenbosch, Symposium 'Lokale kracht: power in wonen, welzijn en zorg'.
M. De Moor (13.04.2012). Industrious and / or religious. Motivating the choice for living as a beguine in (Low Countries, early modern period). 9th European Social Science History Conference.
M. De Moor (03.02.2012). Introductory lecture. Utrecht, Honoursclass Community and Cooperation.
M. De Moor (25.10.2012). Invited Lecture 'Wat geeft de burger moed? Historische lessen over samenwerking en vertrouwen in de burger'. Meeting with the Netherlands Institute for Social Research.
M. De Moor (21.06.2012). Keynote lecture 'The cooperative continuum: collaborative consumption and production in long-term historical perspective'. International University of Turin, 18th General Meeting of the Common Core of European Private Law (International University of Turin).
M. De Moor (22.11.2012). Lecture 'De gemeenschappelijke wortels van de coöperaties. Brussels, Symposium 'Coöperaties: een leerrijk verleden, een beloftevolle toekomst'.
M. De Moor (10.09.2012). Lecture 'Marriage Patterns'. Closing Conference HI-POD Project.
M. De Moor (22.03.2012). Lecture 'wat geeft de burger moed? Historische lessen over samenwerking en vertrouwen in de burger'. Utrecht, Symposium 'De institutionele verbouwing van Nederland' (Knowledge Centre Institutions of the Open Society).
M. De Moor (16.01.2012). Opening lecture 'Commons'. Utrecht, Intensive Program Centre for Humanities (Utrecht University).
M. De Moor (09.03.2012). Opening lecture 'Commons: the concept'. Conference 'De Commons: hoe beheren wat van iedereen is?', organized by Oikos.
M. De Moor (29.11.2012). Organizer. Conference 'Design and Dynamics of Institutions for Collective Action' in honour of Prof. dr. Eleanor Ostrom.
De Moor, M., Bouman, A. & Zuijderduijn, C.J. (14.04.2012). Paper presentation 'Nuclear Hardship Revisited'. Ninth European Social Science History Conference.
De Moor, M. & van Weeren, R. (11.04.2012). Paper presentation 'Towards a historical grammar of the commons. Comparative analysis of Common Pool Resources' regulation in pre-industrial Europe'. Ninth European Social Science History Conference.
De Moor, T., Barber, B., Wijffels, H., Depla, P. & Lintmeijer, F. (18.12.2012). Participation Debate 'If Mayors Ruled the World'.
M. De Moor (16.02.2012). Seminar lecture 'Common Rules'. Seminar Lectures Law Department Utrecht University.
M. De Moor (12.11.2012). Seminar lecture 'Penalty and punishment. Designing effective sanctions for freerider's behaviour on early modern Dutch commons'. Seminar lecture series at Bocconi University.
M. De Moor (18.01.2012). Squeezing the budget: households, life cycles and investment strategies in 16th century Holland. Workshop 'Asset Management of Households in Europe, 1300-1800'.
M. De Moor (28.08.2012). The cooperative continuum: collaborative consumption and production in long-term historical perspective. Summer course on Commons.
M. De Moor (18.01.2012). Workshop 'Asset Management of Households in Europe, 1300-1800'. Workshop 'Asset Management of Households in Europe, 1300-1800'.
  2011 - Scholarly publications
Carmichael, S.G., De Moor, T. & van Zanden, J.L. (2011). Introduction. History of the Family, 16 (4), (pp. 309-311) (3 p.).
  2011 - Professional publications
Carmichael, S.G., De Moor, T. & van Zanden, J.L. (2011). "When the heart is baked, don't try to knead it." Huwelijksleeftijd en leeftijdsverschil tussen partners als maatstaf van 'agency' van vrouwen. In Th. Engelen, O. Boonstra & A. Janssens (Eds.), Levenslopen in Transformatie; liber amicorum bij het afscheid van prof. dr. Paul M.M. Klep (pp. 208-221) (14 p.). Nijmegen: Valkhof.
  2011 - Other output
M. De Moor (14.05.2011). Economic growth and the development of capital markets, Northwest Europe, 13th-14th centuries. Medieval Congress.
M. De Moor (10.01.2011). From common pastures to global commons. An historical perspective on interdisciplinary approaches to commons. 13th IASC Conference 'Sustaining Commons: Sustaining our Future'.
M. De Moor (01.02.2011). From hardship to benefit. A critical review of the nuclear hardship theory and the emergence of the European Marriage Pattern. Sixth Low Countries Conference.
M. De Moor (09.04.2011). Keynote lecture 'Industrious and/or religious. Motivating the choice for living as a beguine in (Low countries, early modern period)'. Conference 'Structure, Change and Discourse in Pre-Industrial Europe: towards a Cross-Disciplinary Study of Social Inequalities'.
M. De Moor (02.04.2011). Lecture 'Girlpower'. Alphen aan den Rijn, Lecture for Archeon.
M. De Moor (16.05.2011). Lecture 'Historical overview of the origins of the commons throughout Europe'. Lustrum meeting: Our common future / the future of our commons.
M. De Moor (13.09.2011). Lecture 'In tempore non suspecto. Understanding the historical roots of Europe's commons dilemmas'. 2nd European IASC Meeting.
M. De Moor (07.10.2011). Lecture 'Institutions for collective action and risks in developing societies: Lessons from the European past'. Seminar 'When markets fail: strategies for health, development and investment'.
M. De Moor (10.01.2011). Lecture 'Participating is more important than winning. The Impact of Socio-Economic Change on Commoners' Particpation in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Flanders'. 13th IASC Conference 'Sustaining Commons: Sustaining our Future'.
M. De Moor (01.12.2011). Paper presentation 'The art of counting. Reconstructing numeracy of the well-to-do on the basis of portraits in early modern Holland'. Sixth Low Countries Conference.
M. De Moor (16.05.2011). Symposium 'Our common future / the future of our commons'. Lustrumsymposium Studium Generale.
M. De Moor (07.04.2011). The art of counting. Reconstructing numeracy in the middle and upper classes on the basis of portraits in the early modern Low Countries. lunch seminar Economic and Social History.
M. De Moor (13.05.2011). The art of counting. Reconstructing numeracy of the well-to-do on the basis of portraits in early modern Holland. Posthumus Low Countries Meeting.
M. De Moor (11.12.2011). Working paper ‘Squeezing the budget: households, life cycles and investment strategies in 16th century Holland’. Workshop 'Decision making in households'.
M. De Moor (01.12.2011). Working paper 'From hardship to benefit. A critical review of the nuclear hardship theory and the emergence of the European Marriage Pattern'. Sixth Low Countries Conference.
  2010 - Scholarly publications
De Moor, T. & van Zanden, J.L. (2010). "Every woman counts": A Gender-Analysis of Numeracy in the Low Countries during the Early Modern Period. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 41 (2), (pp. 179-208) (30 p.).
De Moor, T. & van Zanden, J.L. (2010). Girlpower. The European Marriage Pattern (EMP) and labour markets in the north sea region in the late medieval and early modern period. Economic history review, 63 (1), (pp. 1-33) (33 p.).
De Moor, T. (2010). Inleiding. De rol van instituties voor collective actie in de vroegmoderne samenleving. Leidschrift, 25 (2), (pp. 7-19) (13 p.).
Zuijderduijn, C.J. & De Moor, T. (2010). Tel uit je winst. Markteconomie en gecijferdheid in de late Middeleeuwen. Madoc, 24 (3), (pp. 130-139) (10 p.).
  2010 - Other output
M. De Moor (06.10.2010). Conference 'Marriage Patterns, Household Formation and Economic Development'. Conference 'Marriage Patterns, Household Formation and Economic Development'.
M. De Moor (20.05.2010). Seminar lecture 'Spending, saving, or investing? Asset management of sixteenth-century Holland households'. Economic History Seminar.
De Moor, T. & van Weeren, R. (2010). Website www.collective-action.info.
  2009 - Scholarly publications
van Bavel, B.J.P., De Moor, T. & van Zanden, J.L. (2009). Introduction: Factor markets in global economic history. Continuity and Change, 24 (Special Issue 01 (Factor markets in global economic history)), (pp. 9-21) (13 p.).
De Moor, T., Zuijderduijn, C.J. & van Zanden, J.L. (2009). Micro-Credit in Late Medieval Waterland. Households and the Efficiency of Capital Markets in Edam and De Zeevang, 1462-1563. In S. Cavachiocci (Eds.), 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) (18 p.). Firenze: Firenze University Press.
  2009 - Professional publications
De Moor, T. (2009). Wat we zelf doen, doen we beter?. Op de virtuele zeepkist. Een week discussie in de Open Data Speakers Corner, 19-23 oktober 2009 (pp. 37-38) (2 p.). 's-Gravenhage: DANS.
  2009 - Other output
M. De Moor (03.08.2009). Member local organizing committee '15th World Economic History Conference'. Member local organizing committee '15th World Economic History Conference'.
M. De Moor (01.09.2009). Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series). Fall Series, Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series).
  2008 - Scholarly publications
de Moor, T. & van Zanden, J.L. (2008). Do ut des. Collaboratories as a ‘new’ method for scholarly communication and cooperation for global and world history. Historical Methods, 41 (2), (pp. 67-78) (12 p.).
de Moor, T. & van Zanden, J.L. (2008). Mensen en economie in de Gouden eeuw. Leidschrift, 23 (2), (pp. 1-12) (12 p.).
de Moor, T. & Bravo, G. (2008). The Commons in Europe: from past to future. The International Journal of the Commons, 2 (2), (pp. 155-161) (7 p.).
van Bavel, B.J.P., De Moor, T. & van Zanden, J.L. (2008). The institutional organization of land markets: introduction. Continuity and Change, 23, (pp. 9-11) (3 p.).
Lucassen, J.M.W.G, de Moor, T. & van Zanden, J.L. (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), (pp. 5-18) (14 p.).
de Moor, T. (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), (pp. 179-212) (34 p.).
  2008 - Other output
De Moor, M. (14.07.2008). Chairing sessions at Biennial IASCP-World Conference.
M. De Moor (14.07.2008). Co-organizer Biennial IASCP-World Conference. Co-organizer Biennial IASCP-World Conference.
M. De Moor (01.09.2008). Invited senior expert for the ESTER-Research Design Course. deelname wetenschappelijk forum.
M. De Moor (16.12.2008). Ongebonden best. Over vrouwen (niet) trouwen en de welvaartsgroei in pre-industrieel Europa. Groningen, Colloquium Geschiedenis.
De Moor, M. (01.03.2008). Participant round table discussion gender history. European Social Science History Conference.
M. De Moor (01.09.2008). Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series). Fall Series, Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series).
M. De Moor (30.01.2008). Van fouten kan je leren. Een kritische bespreking van age heaping voor de Lage Landen. Posthumus-Low Countries-conference.
  2007 - Scholarly publications
de Moor, T. (2007). La función del común. La trayectoria de un communal en Flandes durante los siglos XVIII y XIX. In R. Congost & M. Lana Berasain (Eds.), Campos Cerrados, debatos abiertos : Analisis historico y propriedad de la tierra en Europa (siglos XVI-XIX) (pp. 111-140) (30 p.). Universidad Publica de Navarra.
de Moor, T. & Berge, E. (2007). Welcome to the International Journal of the Commons. The International Journal of the Commons, 1 (1), (pp. 1-2) (2 p.).
  2007 - Other output
M. De Moor (31.05.2007). It takes two to tango. Leiden, Symposium 'Geschiedenis en informatica' 2007.
M. De Moor (30.10.2007). Presentation. Utrecht, Launch International Journal of the Commons.
M. De Moor (13.11.2007). Presentation. Utrecht University, Sociology Department seminar series (Utrecht University).
M. De Moor (01.09.2007). Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series). Fall Series, Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series).
M. De Moor (16.11.2007). Van Gilden tot Gemene Gronden. Databases voor corporate collective action. Amsterdam, Huizinga Instituut, invited lecture.
M. De Moor (16.05.2007). Vrouwen en de geboorte van het kapitalisme. Amsterdam, Invited lecture Council of Humanities, Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie voor Wetenschappen.
  2006 - Scholarly publications
de Moor, T. & van Zanden, J.L. (2006). Vrouwen en de geboorte van het kapitalisme. Amsterdam: Boom.
  2006 - Professional publications
Bravo, G. & de Moor, T. (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 (77), (pp. 1-4) (4 p.).
  2006 - Other output
M. De Moor (19.06.2006). Biennial IASCP-World Conference. Biennial IASCP-World Conference.
De Moor, M. (19.06.2006). Chair of several sessions. Biennial IASCP Conference.
M. De Moor (01.12.2006). Girlpower. Economic History Workshop.
De Moor, M. (19.06.2006). Launch 'The International Journal of The Commons'. Biennial IASCP Conference.
M. De Moor (04.06.2006). Learning from the European past. Differences in the development of collective action in North-Western Europe and Asia (since the Late Middle Ages). Asia-Europe Workshop.
De Moor, M. (11.11.2006). Presentation 'Collaboratories'. Launch Conference Virtual Knowledge Studio.
De Moor, M. (21.08.2006). Presentation dissertation for dissertation prize session. International Economic History Association Conference.
De Moor, M. (31.03.2006). Presentation 'Girl Power'. Annual conference Economic History Society.
De Moor, M. (05.10.2006). Presentation 'Social capital & guilds'. GEHN Conference 'The return of the guilds'.
De Moor, M. (19.06.2006). Presentation 'The Silent Revolution'. Biennial IASCP Conference.
De Moor, M. (25.03.2006). Presentation 'The silent revolution. The emergence of commons and other forms of institutionalised collective action in Western Europe from the Middle Ages onwards'. IASCP Europe Regional Meeting.
M. De Moor (01.09.2006). Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series). Fall Series, Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series).
M. De Moor (05.10.2006). Session 'Social capital & guilds'. GEHN Conference 'The return of the guilds'.
M. De Moor (26.04.2006). The development of institutionalised collective action as responses to social dilemmas, in Europe from the Middle Ages onwards: guilds and commons as examples. London School of Economics, Economic History Seminar (London School of Economics).
  2005 - Scholarly publications
De Moor, T. (2005). Aanwinst - Archief Gemene en Loweiden in bewaring gegeven. Archiefleven : nieuwsbrief van het Stadsarchief van Brugge, 12 (1), (pp. 2-3) (2 p.).
de Moor, T. (01.06.2005). 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, (pp. 3-45) (43 p.).
  2005 - Other output
M. De Moor (30.03.2005). De schoenen van de historicus. Kritische beschouwingen bij de toekomst van de sociaal-economische geschiedenis in de Lage Landen. Amsterdam, Launch Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis.
M. De Moor (23.06.2005). GEHN-conference The Rise, Organization, and Institutional Framework of Factor Markets. GEHN-conference The Rise, Organization, and Institutional Framework of Factor Markets.
M. De Moor (01.10.2005). Girl Power. Utrecht University, Utrecht Seminars in Economic History (Utrecht University).
M. De Moor (01.09.2005). Girl Power. Durban (South-Africa), Lecture South-African Association of Economics.
M. De Moor (01.09.2005). Girl Power. Stellenbosch (South-Africa), Lecture at University of Stellenbosch.
M. De Moor (24.06.2005). 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.
M. De Moor (01.09.2005). Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series). Fall Series, Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series).
M. De Moor (01.09.2005). Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series). Fall Series, Seminars on Social and Economic History (Fall Series).
M. De Moor (02.09.2005). The importance of social capital for collective action: guilds and commons as examples. Posthumus meeting Low Countries.
M. De Moor (23.06.2005). The rise, organization and institutional framework of factor markets. Conference of Global Economic History Network.
  2004 - Other output
M. De Moor (27.11.2004). A common past. Theory and practice of the management and use of commons in North West Europe, 1500-1859. Seminario 'Derechos de propriedad y análisis histórico: individualismo y comunidad.
M. De Moor (30.09.2004). Applications of Geografical Information Systems for historical research. Amsterdam, 3e Symposium Geesteswetnschappen en ICT.
De Moor, T. (09.08.2004). Summary session 'Theory'. IASCP-Conference 'The Commons in an Age of Global Transition: Challenges, Risks and Opportunities'.
  2003 - Scholarly publications
de Moor, T. (2003). Aanborgers van de Gemene- en Looweiden, 1515 tot 1965. (156 p.). Brugge: Van der Wiele.
de Moor, T. (2003). Les terres communes en Belgique. In M.-D. Demélas & N. Vivier (Eds.), Les propriétés collectives 1750-1914. Les attaques du libéralisme en Europe et Amérique latine (pp. 119-138) (20 p.). Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
  2003 - Professional publications
  2002 - Scholarly publications
de Moor, T. (2002). Common Land in Flanders. In M. De Moor, P.S. Warde & L. Shaw-Taylor (Eds.), The management of common land in north west Europe, c. 1500-1850 (pp. 113-142) (30 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
Warde, P.S., de Moor, T. & Shaw-Taylor, L. (2002). Comparing the historical commons of north west Europe. An introduction. In M. De Moor, P.S. Warde & L. Shaw-Taylor (Eds.), The management of common land in north west Europe, c. 1500-1850 (pp. 15-32) (18 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
de Moor, T., Shaw-Taylor, L. & Warde, P.S. (2002). Preliminary conclusions. The commons of north west Europe. In M. De Moor, P.S. Warde & L. Shaw-Taylor (Eds.), The management of common land in north west Europe (pp. 247-261) (15 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
de Moor, T., Warde, P.S. & Shaw-Taylor, L. (2002). The management of common land in north west Europe c. 1500-1850. (265 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
  2002 - Popularising publications
de Moor, T. (2002). België: hoe de gemene gronden verdwenen. Over ruimtegebruik, productiviteit en privatisering. Anarchistisch Jaarboek De As (pp. 35-48) (14 p.). Moerkapelle: Stichting DE AS, Themanummer: 'De Verloedering van het landschap'.
  2001 - Scholarly publications
de Moor, T. (2001). Loonarbeid tijdens de overgang van traditionele naar moderne landbouw - Een sociaal-economische studie van de landarbeiders in Oost- en West-Vlaanderen tijdens de eerste helft van de 20ste eeuw. Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Nieuwste Geschiedenis/ Revue Belge de Histoire Contemporaine, XXXI (1-2), (pp. 27-74) (48 p.).
de Moor, T. & Wiedemann, T. (2001). The Historical geographical Information system of Belgium. History and Computing, 3 (1), (pp. 69-96) (28 p.).
de Moor, T. (2001). The occupational and geographical mobility of farm labourers in Flanders, end of the 19th - middle of the 20th century. In B. Blondé, M. Galand & E. Vanhaute (Eds.), Labour and labour markets between town and country side (Middle ages-19th century) (pp. 292-302) (11 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
  2000 - Professional publications
De Moor, M. (2000). Wetenschappelijk rapport Landschapsonderzoek landinrichtingsproject Brugse Veldzone: studie naar de visueel-ruimtelijke en cultuurhistorische aspecten van het landschap (inventarisatie, interpretatie en visievorming). Ghent: Ghent University.
  1999 - Scholarly publications
De Moor, M. (1999). Het groenteabonnement: Biologische landbouw, directe verkoop en duurzame ontwikkeling in één pakket. In P. Stassart (Eds.), Van de grond tot in je mond: 101 pistes voor kwaliteitsvoeding (pp. 106-112) (7 p.). Leuven: Fondation Universitaire Luxemburgeoise-Coopibo-EPO.
  1999 - Professional publications
de Moor, T. (1999). Knelpunten bij afvalpreventie op gemeentelijk niveau. Leefmilieu, 5, (pp. 172-179) (8 p.).
De Moor, M. (1999). L'abonnement légumes, trois pour le prix d'un. Agriculture biologique, vente direct et développement durable. In P. Stassart (Eds.), Du savoir aux saveurs. 101 chemins pour une alimentation de qualité Leuven: Fondation Universitaire Luxembourgeoise-Coopibo-EPO.
  1998 - Scholarly publications
de Moor, T. & Vanhaute, E. (1998). De logica van de wetgever en de wijsheid van de boer. Heideontginningen eind 18de tot begin 20ste eeuw. Jaarboek van de v.z.w. Museum Kempenland (pp. 11-15) (5 p.). Lommel.
De Moor, M. & Borgo, E. (1998). Een integrale benadering van ketenanalyse ten behoeve van ketenbeheer voor bedrijven. (117 p.). Ghent: Centre for Sustainable Development.
  1997 - Professional publications
De Moor, M. (06.11.1997). A Kleio-database on the Enquête sur le travail agricole (1920, Belgium). Comunicaciones libres (pp. 233-245) (13 p.). Vitoria-Gasteiz: Juntas Generales de Alava, Imprenta de la Diputación Foral de Alava, Congreso internacional sobre sistemas de información histórica.
  0 - Other output
M. De Moor (0). Continuity and Change.
M. De Moor (0). Continuity and Change.
M. De Moor (0). Earthscan.
M. De Moor (0). Environmental Science & Policy.
M. De Moor (0). European Review of Economic History.
M. De Moor (0). Guest editor together with Miguel Laborda Pemán of Special Issue 'Collective action institutions in a long-term perspective' (volume 10, issue 2). International Journal of the Commons.
M. De Moor (0). International review of social history.
M. De Moor (0). Journal of Institutional Economics.
M. De Moor (0). Land Use Policy.
M. De Moor (0). Policy Studies Journal.
M. De Moor (0). Public Administration.
M. De Moor (0). Routhledge.
M. De Moor (0). 'The art of counting. Reconstructing numeracy in the middle and upper classes on the basis of portraits in the early modern Low Countries'. 'The art of counting. Reconstructing numeracy in the middle and upper classes on the basis of portraits in the early modern Low Countries'.
M. De Moor (0). The Economic History Review.
M. De Moor (0). The History of the Family.
M. De Moor (0). The International Journal of the Commons.
M. De Moor (0). The International Journal of the Commons.
M. De Moor (0). The International Journal of the Commons.
M. De Moor (0). Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis.
M. De Moor (0). XVI Biennial IASC Conference.
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For project descriptions, see also www.collective-action.info.

Project:
Nature or nurture? A search for the institutional and biological determinants of life expectancy in Europe during the early modern period
01.08.2013 to 31.07.2018
General project description 

In literature it has been suggested that the rapid loosening of family ties in Northwestern-Europe – due to the emergence of the European Marriage Pattern (EMP) from the late medieval period onwards – would lead to hardship for the elderly, but the (limitedly available) data suggest otherwise. In this project we test two potential explanations for this conundrum, by comparing Northwestern- and Southern-Europe between 1500 and 1900 by (a.o.) testing the Disposable Soma Theory by obtaining and analyzing different types of sources and datasets (such as genealogical trees and location-specific family reconstitutions, and data on religious communities) will be used.


Also, we examine whether the diversity in institutional solutions (state-provided, collective, market-based) to be found in early modern Northwestern-Europe could have increased the welfare of the elderly. A third subproject inestigates the impact of (biological) life-cycle events and socio-economic behaviour on life-expectancy, with regard to household structures and saving behaviour, thus bringing the insights from the other subprojects together on the household level. The project will start in Fall 2013 and will collaborate intensively with the CLIO-INFRA-project.

Role Project Leader Funding
NWO grant: VIDI Grant
Project members UU

Completed projects

Project:
"Common Rules". The regulation of institutions for managing commons in Europe, 1100 - 1800 01.09.2011 to 01.08.2014
General project description

This project aims to understand how efficient and effective regulation can be developed, executed by well-functioning institutions. The main objective of the internationalization project is to initiate a European-wide comparison of bodies of rules by studying commons in Western and Southern Europe, using the regulations that can be found in various historical records, for several centuries in each case.
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Role Project Leader Funding
NWO grant: Internationalisation Grant of € 45,597
Project members UU
Project:
United we Stand. Dynamics and Consequences of Institutions for collective action in pre-industrial Europe 01.02.2010 to 30.06.2014
General project description

Europe’s economic development in the centuries leading up to the Industrial Revolution continues to fascinate scholars. In recent debates, institutionalised forms of collective action have been put forward as a key feature of Europe’s precocious development. This project examines that connection between institutions and economic development in detail. It also harks back to the origins of such institutions, teasing out the impact of changing family patterns that emerged in Western Europe in the late Middle Ages, which are often described as 'the European Marriage Pattern'.

Together with such factors as the absence of a strong state and a helpful legal framework, the weakening of family relations may have created opportunities for other, non-kin social organisations to emerge, explaining the strength of institutions for collective action in this part of the world. Interactions between economic growth, marriage patterns and collective action institutions will be examined on several levels.
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Role Project Leader Funding
EU grant: European Research Council Starting Grant of € 1.2 million, awarded to Tine De Moor
Project members UU
Project:
The benefits of the commons. A historical approach to the communitary property, use and management of natural resources and the effect on environment and society 01.01.2010 to 31.12.2013
General project description

Project 'Los provechos del común. Un enfoque histórico sobre la propiedad, uso y gestión comunitaria de recursos y sus efectos ambientales y sociales', co-ordinated by the Public University of Navarre (Spain).

 
Role Researcher
Individual project description

I participate in this project as a foreign expert.

Funding
Other: funded by the Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia
Project members UU
Project:
Data infrastructure for the study of guilds and other forms of corporate collective action in pre-industrial times 01.09.2007 to 31.08.2011
General project description

Over the past decades there has been an increasing scholarly interest in collective action because economic and social theories hypothesize that guilds and comparable bodies such as commons and water boards play a fundamental role in economic, social and political development. Such institutions develop rules for economic transactions, form an important part of the framework for market exchange, enhance socio-political skills (they are typically governed by meetings, councils and other institutions through which the members exercise some form of democratic control) and build social capital (via networking). Moreover, the Low Countries seem to have been particularly active in the development of such bodies, which may help to explain the particular political (the 'poldermodel') and economic paths this area has been following ever since. In order to study the origins and development of these bodies, historians of guilds from the Netherlands and from abroad are in the process of compiling data sets containing their most important characteristics.


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Role Researcher Funding
NWO grant
Project members UU

Other completed projects

  • 2004-2008:
    Postdoc-project 'The development of corporate collective action in Western Europe' as part of the NWO-Spinoza-project of Jan Luiten van Zanden
  • 2006-2009:
    'Enigma of commons. Surviving and management of common pool resources in European rural communities', as foreign expert
    Co-ordinated by the Public University of Navarre
    Funded by the Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia (MEC, MEC-HUM2006-01277/HIST).
  • 2006-2009:
    'Eurasian Trajectories. Institutions and Economic Development 1500-1914'
    Project Internationalisation of the Humanities, funded by NWO
  • 2007-2008:
    ‘HUBLAB. Towards online collaboratories for global data gathering in social and economic history’, as advisor/expert
    Funded by NWO, KNAW and SURFSHARE
  • 2007-2011:
    'City and society in the Low Countries, 1200-1800: space, knowledge, social capital'
    Interuniversity attraction Pole project, funded by the Belgian Science Policy (IAP/6/32)
    See www.cityandsociety.be
  • 2008-2012:
    'Historical Patterns of Development and Underdevelopment: Origins and Persistence of the Great Divergence' (HI-POD)
    Funded within FP7 Programme Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities (Call identifier: FP7-SSH-2007-1)
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Currently prof. dr. Tine De Moor teaches the following course(s):

Member Educational Committee Research Masters, Research Institute for History and Art History, Utrecht University

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Additional functions and activities
  • Member of The Young Academy of Europe (2012 - current)
  • Member of The Young Academy of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), 2014-2019
  • Executive Board member of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (www.iascp.org), 2008-2015
  • President IASC (2015 - current)
  • Executive Board member of CVBA VOORUIT
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Full name
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The Netherlands
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