The MIT Press, 2013. - 357 p.The idea for this book emerged from Transnational Infrastructures and the Rise of Contemporary Europe, a project in which several of the contributors participated. As we grappled with the emergence of transnationally managed infrastructures and resource-spaces in Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, we were struck by the resemblance to commons. Since the Industrial Revolution, it appeared to us, European nations had created — or had been forced to share — resources and infrastructures that transcended national boundaries.
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