Tine de Moor
Tine de Moor is Professor of Institutions for Collective Action in Historical Perspective at Utrecht University’s Department of Social and Economic History, and President of the International Association for the Study of the Commons. Her groundbreaking research on commons, cooperatives, and guilds set new standards in our understanding of the long-term dynamics and consequences of such institutions (ERC Starting grant, 2009). She received a VIDI grant (2013) to examine the provision of collective elderly care institutions in early modern Europe and their impact on life expectancy. She actively engages with current societal debates, particularly in relation to her work on the development of the European Marriage Pattern and its consequences for social and economic growth in Europe. She was elected member of the European Young Academy in 2013 and the Dutch Young Academy in 2014.
Prof. dr. T. (Tine) de Moor
VIDI and ERC StG, Dutch Young Academy member
In the Media
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