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Job opportunity: PhD position 'Social networks in the emergence of sustainable cooperation: the case of care cooperatives' (Utrecht University), deadline 19 April 2020

Utrecht University is seeking a candidate for a PhD project titled 'Social networks in the emergence of sustainable cooperation: the case of care cooperatives' (click here for full project description), part of the transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary research program SCOOP: Roadmaps to Resilient Societies. This position focuses on the social network of care cooperatives, and it will examine conditions under which care cooperatives are developed and sustained. Utrecht University will seek to collaborate with a national network of care cooperatives to collect survey data among members of multiple care cooperatives measuring social networks of participants, the nature of participation, care needs, and other relevant variables. In addition, laboratory experiments will be designed to study causal mechanisms that link social network structure, group size, and institutional factors to cooperation in cooperatives. Depending on the expertise and interests of the candidate, alternative research designs around the theme of emergence of (care) cooperatives can also be considered.

 

 

Applications should be submitted via AcademicTransfer via this link before 19 April 2020.



New publications

 

Vriens, E. and De Moor, T. 2020. Mutuals on the Move: Exclusion Processes in the Welfare State and the Rediscovery of Mutualism. Social Inclusion, 8(1),  225-237. doi: https://doi.org/10.17645/si.v8i1.212.

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Farjam, M., De Moor, T., Van Weeren, R., Forsman, A., Ale Ebrahim Dehkordi, M., Ghorbani, A., and Bravo, G. 2020. Shared Patterns in Long-Term Dynamics of Commons as Institutions for Collective Action. International Journal of the Commons, 14(1),  78–90. doi: http://doi.org/10.5334/ijc.959.

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Labanca, N., Guimarães Pereira, A., Watson, M., Krieger, K., Padovan, D., Watts, L., Moezzi, M., Wallenborn, G., Wright, R., Laes, E., Fath, B.D., Ruzzenenti, F., De Moor, T., Bauwens, T., and Mehtam, L., 2020. Transforming innovation for decarbonisation? Insights from combining complex systems and social practice perspectives. Energy Research & Social Science 65, art. 101452. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2020.101452

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Varró, K. and Bunders, D., 2019. Bringing back the national to the study of globally circulating policy ideas: ‘Actually existing smart urbanism’ in Hungary and the Netherlands. European Urban and Regional Studies [pre-print online publication]. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0969776419893731 

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De Moor, T., Rijpma, A., and Prats López, M., 2019. Dynamics of Engagement in Citizen Science: Results from the "Yes, I Do!"-Project. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice [4(1), art,. 38. doi:https://doi.org/10.5334/cstp.212

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Vriens, E., Buskens, B. and De Moor, T., 2019. Networks and new mutualism: how embeddedness influences commitment and trust in small mutuals. Socio-Economic Review [online 28 November 2019]

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De Moor, T., 2019. Over oude burgercollectieven en burgercollectieven door en voor ouderen. Gerōn 23(1) [online 1 November 2019]

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Ghorbani, A., Ale Ebrahim Dehkordi, M., Bravo, G., Farjam, M., Van Weeren, R., Forsman, A., and  De Moor, T. 2019. Long‐term Dynamics of Institutions: An empirically tested model. Poster presented at the Social Simulation Conference 2019, Johannes Gutenberg Universität (Mainz, Germany), 23-27 September 2019.  

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Van de Velde, K., Holemans, D., and De Moor, T., 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.

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Haller, T. et al., 2019. The Commons in a Glocal World: Global Connections and Local Respones. Routledge Publishers.

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Bunders, D.J., and Varró, K., 2019. Problematizing data-driven urban practices: Insights from five Dutch ‘smart cities’. Cities 93, 145-152.

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Van Zanden, J.L., De Moor, T., and Carmichael, S., 2019. Capital Women: The European Marriage Pattern, Female Empowerment and Economic Development in Western Europe 1300-1800. Oxford University Press.

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Van Weeren, R. and De Moor, T., 2019. Ja, ik wil! Verliefd, verloofd, getrouw in Amsterdam 1580-1810. Amsterdam: Prometheus. 

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De Moor, T. 2019. From Historical Institution to pars pro toto: the Commons and Their Revival in Historical Perspective. In: Routledge Handbook of the Study of the Commons, Chapter 24. London / New York: Routledge.

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