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Daniel H. Cole is professor of law and professor of public and environmental affairs at Indiana University Bloomington.
Michael D. McGinnis is associate dean for social & historical sciences and graduate education in the College of Arts and Sciences and professor of political science at Indiana University Bloomington.
Chapter 1 Selections from Y673 Syllabus: Institutional Analysis and Development - Micro
Chapter 2 An Institutional Framework for Policy Analysis and Design
Chapter 3 Appendix A: The Institutional Analysis and Development Framework
Chapter 4 The IAD Framework in Action: Understanding the Source of the Design Principles in Elinor Ostrom's Governing the Commons
Chapter 5 Public Economy Organization and Service Delivery
Chapter 6 Metropolitan Governance and Institutional Collective Action
Chapter 7 Structuring Institutional Analysis for Urban Ecosystems: A Key to Sustainable Urban Forest Management
Chapter 8 Levels, Scales, Linkages, and Other "Multiples" Affecting Natural Resources
Chapter 9 Selections from Aid, Incentives, and Sustainability: An Institutional Analysis of Development Cooperation
Chapter 10 Nested Governance for Effective REDD+: Institutional and Political Arguments
Chapter 11 Analysing Decentralised Natural Resource Governance: Proposition for a "Politicised" Institutional Analysis and Development Framework
Chapter 12 Building Negotiated Agreement: The Emergence of Community-Based Tourism and Floreana (Galapagos Islands)
Chapter 13 Institutional Analysis, Policy Analysis, and Performance Evaluation
Chapter 14 Learning from the Field
The stunning range and vitality of contributions to policy analysis by the Ostroms and their colleagues are in full display in this collection. Masterfully woven together by Cole and McGinnis, this book will be an instant classic, repaying the attention of both practitioners and scholars far into the future.
— Arun Agrawal, University of Michigan
This volume is a much welcomed and needed addition to the field of policy analysis. It deftly provides an overview of the work of Vincent and Elinor Ostrom and the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework. There is simply not another book that offers such a comprehensive set of insights into their science and connects these insights to the field of policy analysis.
— Christopher M. Weible, School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver
The Institutional Analysis and Development framework is one of Elinor Ostrom’s numerous significant contributions to the social sciences, and particularly to the study of public policy. This volume provides an excellent collection of her papers on the framework, as well as research by other members of the Bloomington School. These papers demonstrate the theoretical foundations of the framework, as well as how it can be applied. This volume is essential reading for anyone interested in understanding how policies are made and implemented.
— B. Guy Peters, University of Pittsburgh