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Podcast via https://www.sciencemag.org/podcast/tragedy-commons-turns-50-and-how-neanderthal-dna-could-change-your-skull

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Meagan Cantwell conducts the interview:

"In 1968, Science published the now-famous paper “The Tragedy of the Commons” by ecologist Garrett Hardin. In it, Hardin questioned society’s ability to manage shared resources, concluding that individuals will act in their self-interest and ultimately spoil the resource. Host Meagan Cantwell revisits this classic paper with two experts: Tine De Moor, professor of economics and social history at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, and Brett Frischmann, a professor of law, business, and economics at Villanova University in Pennsylvania. They discuss how premodern societies dealt with common resources and how our current society might apply the concept to a more abstract resource—knowledge."
(https://www.sciencemag.org/podcast/tragedy-commons-turns-50-and-how-neanderthal-dna-could-change-your-skull)

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