Erik Nordman

Erik is a professor of natural resources management at Grand Valley State University in Michigan, USA. Nordman is also a faculty affiliate at Indiana University’s Ostrom Workshop, where he was a visiting scholar in 2019-2020. He conducts research and teaches courses in the social dimensions of natural resources, including environmental economics and policy. In 2012-2013, Nordman taught at Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya as a Fulbright Scholar. His book, The Uncommon Knowledge of Elinor Ostrom: Essential Lessons for Collective Action, was featured in Science Magazine’s summer reading list.


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Commons concern

American natural resource economist, Erik Nordman, has just written a book about Elinor Ostrom, the first woman to win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. The Mint quizzed him

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Commons concern – interview transcript

The Mint:                     Good afternoon, Erik. And thanks very much for joining The Mint, to talk about your recent book on Elinor Ostrom. Erik Nordman:              Thanks a lot, Henry. It’s my

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