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Ruling the commons: introducing a new methodology for the analysis of historical commons

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Ruling the commons : introducing a new methodology for the analysis of historical commons. / de Moor, Tine; Laborda-Pemán, Miguel; Lana-Berasain, José Miguel ; van Weeren, René ; Winchester, Angus James Logie.

In: International Journal of the Commons, Vol. 10, No. 2, 18.10.2016, p. 529-588.

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de Moor, T, Laborda-Pemán, M, Lana-Berasain, JM, van Weeren, R & Winchester, AJL 2016, 'Ruling the commons: introducing a new methodology for the analysis of historical commons', International Journal of the Commons, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 529-588. https://doi.org/10.18352/ijc.760

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de Moor, T., Laborda-Pemán, M., Lana-Berasain, J. M., van Weeren, R., & Winchester, A. J. L. (2016). Ruling the commons: introducing a new methodology for the analysis of historical commons. International Journal of the Commons, 10(2), 529-588. https://doi.org/10.18352/ijc.760

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de Moor T, Laborda-Pemán M, Lana-Berasain JM, van Weeren R, Winchester AJL. Ruling the commons: introducing a new methodology for the analysis of historical commons. International Journal of the Commons. 2016 Oct 18;10(2):529-588. https://doi.org/10.18352/ijc.760

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de Moor, Tine ; Laborda-Pemán, Miguel ; Lana-Berasain, José Miguel ; van Weeren, René ; Winchester, Angus James Logie. / Ruling the commons : introducing a new methodology for the analysis of historical commons. In: International Journal of the Commons. 2016 ; Vol. 10, No. 2. pp. 529-588.

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