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The Common Good in Common Goods - The Decommodification of Fundamental Resources through Law

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Title: The Common Good in Common Goods - The Decommodification of Fundamental Resources through Law
Authors: Bailey, Saki
Issue Date: 18-May-2020
University: Göteborgs universitet. Handelshögskolan
Institution: Department of Law ; Juridiska institutionen
Date of Defence: 2020-06-09
Disputation: 10.00 Conference Centre Wallenberg, Medicinaregatan 20 A - Europa, Göteborg
Degree: Doctor of Laws
Publication type: Doctoral thesis
Keywords: commons, common goods, shareable goods, legal theory, social theory, socio-legal theory, property theory, critical legal theory, critical approaches to law, post-capitalist approaches to law, post-marxist approaches to law, post-liberal approaches to law, legal foundations of the market, embedding the market, strategic decommodification, decommodification, democratization of the economy, equitable access to resources, social property relations, housing policy, housing law, third-sector housing, shared limited equity, community land trusts, housing cooperatives, baugruppen, bostadsrätt, resource specific analysis, economic analysis of resources, neoliberalism.
Abstract: This dissertation is divided into three parts. Part I analyzes the Commons as a post-capitalist strategy accomplished through law by developing an alternative social theory of the market as a social institution. The social theory developed situates the actual, historical and potential, future roles of the commons within larger context of epochal shifts in historically-specific social relations critiquing the mainstream view of methodological individualism. Within this frame, it develops an analy... more
ISBN: 978-91-87869-23-5
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