The following papers have been selected to be included in the conference programme.

Muluken Elias Adamseged (Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Bio-economy, Germany), Richard Ferguson (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden), Philipp Grundmann (Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Bio-economy, Germany) & Per-Anders Langendahl (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden), "Innovative and sustainable entrepreneurial initiatives and institutional change"

Gustavo Andreao (State University of Campinas, Brazil), Miguel Vazquez (European University Institute, Italy) & José Maria Ferreira Jardim da Silveira (State University of Campinas, Brazil), "Polycentric governance of energy transitions"

Gaygysyz Ashyrov (University of Tartu, Estonia) & Luca Andriani (Birkbeck University of London, UK), "Life satisfaction and individual’s contribution to the public goods in transition economies"

Ariane Mello Silva Avila (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil) & Paulo Antônio Zawislak (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil), "The innovation capabilities in the public sector: from organizational capability to institutional capability"

Sumedha Basu (University of Leeds, UK), "Power and politics of sustainable energy governance in Indian cities"

David Beech (University of Salford, UK), "Beyond polycentricity: the constitution of evolving collective action by compound configurations of vertical and horizontal general selection processes and governance techniques"

German Bender (Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden), "The political economy of partial organization: nested partiality, legitimacy and resilience in Swedish wage formation"

Katarzyna Bentkowska (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), "Polycentric governance in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic"

Balázs Bodó (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands) & Heleen Janssen (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands), "Maintaining trust in a technologized public sector"

Thomas Bolognesi (University of Geneva, Switzerland) & Geraldine Pflieger (University of Geneva, Switzerland), "Political economy of polycentricity: how laws, financial flows and perceptions interconnects in water uses relationships?"

Bruno Bonizzi (University of Hertfordshire, UK), "International financial subordination in the age of asset manager capitalism"

Peter Bradley (University of the West of England, UK), "An institutional economics framework to explore sustainable production and consumption"

Carlo Carrera (University of Milan, Italy), "The institutional theory of law by Santi Romano: a link between law and institutional economics under an historical perspective"

Virginia Cecchini Manara (University of Milan, Italy) & Nadia von Jacobi (University of Trento, Italy), "Understanding institutional interdependencies: symbiotic relationships and strategic interactions"

Ding Chen (University of Sheffield, UK), "The fall of China's P2P sector: an alternative perspective"

Eleonora Ciscato (University of Milan, Italy) & Virginia Cecchini Manara (University of Milan, Italy), "The EU, multi-level governance: a reflection on restoration activities"

Ann Davis (Marist College, USA), "Management of the global commons: regional ecological communities as agents"

Elodie Douarin (University College London, UK), Luca Andriani (Birkbeck University of London, UK) & Gaygysyz Ashyrov (University of Tartu, Estonia), "Terrorism and tax morale"

Vincy Fon (George Washington University, USA), "Space debris: investigating questionable practices"

David Ellerman (University of Ljubljiana, Slovenia), "Jane Jacobs on diversity and polycentricity"

Samson Olaoluwa Faboye (University of Johannesburg, South Africa), "The labyrinth of polycentric governance: governing African cities of the future"

Jan Falkowski (University of Warsaw, Poland), Przemysław J. Kurek (University of Warsaw, Poland) & Jacek Lewkowicz (University of Warsaw, Poland), "Tax announcements by politicians: not so cheap talk"

Elis Regina Monte Feitosa (University of São Paolo, Brazil) & Maria Sykvia Macchione Saes (University of São Paolo, Brazil), "Polycentric governance and collective actions in sociobiodiversity value chains in the Amazon"

Gianluca Ferrittu (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal), "Regulating child labor in 14 European countries: evidence from the late twentieth century"

Lukas Fuchs (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands), "Spontaneous order and market shaping: freedom, knowledge and evolution"

Bruno Gandlgruber (Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico) & Francisco Aguayo Ayala (Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico), "Polycentrism and climate change policies in Mexico: evaluating the scope of the IAD approach"

Amineh Ghorbani (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands), David Schriever (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands) & Aksel Ersoy (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands), "Institutional enablers and barriers for food waste reduction: an institutional network analysis in Germany"

Amineh Ghorbani (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands), Lidia Juarez Pastor (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands), Vrishali Subramanian (Leiden University, Netherlands) & Stefano Curcurachi (Leiden University, Netherlands), "Integration of the informal waste sector in the Indian city of Chennai: an institutional network analysis"

Marco Giraudo (University of Turin, Italy), "Institutional devices to restore public debate and free speech"

Malgorzata Godlewska (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), "The role of local institutions for creating sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystem at local level in crisis times"

Marc Goetzmann (University of Tours, France), "Lay down your bundles: reconsidering the roots and meaning of the “bundle of property rights” metaphor in Ostrom’s work"

Georgina Gomez (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands), "Polycentric governance without a state: the hawala payment system in Somalia"

Ganesh Gorti (University of Colorado Boulder, USA), "Democratic accountability in polycentric environmental governance: evidence from India"

Peter Grajzl (Washington and Lee University, USA) & Peter Murrell (University of Maryland, USA), "Did caselaw foster England's economic development during the industrial revolution? Data and evidence"

Jordyn E. Green (University of Nevada, Reno, USA), "Can mandated participatory planning promote collective learning? Evidence from school improvement planning processes"

M Mangkholen Haokip (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India), "Between state and traditions: institutional change and polycentric governance among the Marams of Manipur"

Dmitry Ismagilov (King's College London, UK), "Good and bad polycentricity: lessons from the village communities in the Russian empire after the abolition of serfdom."

Thierry Kirat (University of Paris Dauphine, France) & Frédéric Marty (University of Nice, France), "Affectation with a public interest between antitrust laws and regulation: lessons from the US experience of the first decades of the 20th century for online ecosystems"

Harilaos Kitsikopoulos (independent, USA), "The source(s) of invention of high-pressure Cornish engines, 1800-70"

Sarah Klammer (Michigan State University, USA) & Eric Scorsone (Michigan State University, USA), "Normative considerations in institutional change analysis: Commons, Ostrom and Hohfeld"

Irene Köppe (University of Potsdam, Germany), "The German health system is a polycentric system"

Vladimir Korovkin (Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, Russia) & Mukhanad Khasan Aga (Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, Russia), "Digital business ecosystems as a case of polycentric governance."

Ruth Langridge (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA) & Christopher Ansell (University of California, Berkeley, USA), "How did we get here: the evolution of a polycentric system of groundwater governance"

Radoslaw Łapszyński (University of Warsaw, Poland), "Independence of regulatory authorities: content and limitations of the concept"

Ulf Larsson-Olaison (Jonkoping international business school, Sweden), Christian Garmann Johnsen (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark) & Lena Olaison (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark), "The C in CSR: corporate response to a social crisis in a CSR-sensitive industry"

Anthony H. F. Li (University of Hong Kong, China), "Cross-scale party alignment and public-private synergy: polycentric governance of energy transition with solar energy deployment in Taiwan, 2015-2020"

Irineu de Souza Lima Júnior (University of Campinas, Brazil) & Maria Carolina Foss (University of São Paolo, Brazil), "The spatial distribution of venture capital: an empirical analysis of Covid-19 consequences on local investment patterns"

Beatriz Lima Ribeiro (Indiana University Bloomington, Brazil), "Nested action situations: the construction of the post-2020 framework and preparation to the COP15"

Isabel Lischewski (University of Munster, Germany), "Designing oversight, overlooking human rights? How state interest shapes procedure in platform governance"

Maurizio Lisciandra (University of Messina, Italy) & Marco Casari (University of Bologna, Italy), "Coping with inequalities in a polycentric system: six centuries of institutional change"

Chris Littleboy (University of Stirling, UK), "Customary tenure and institutional change"

Silvia London (National University of South, Argentina), "Environmental and human health: a governance model in an urban context"

Sara Lorenzini (University of Milan, Italy) & Nadia Von Jacobi (University of Trento, Italy), "Forests as collective goods: from polycentricity to conflict transformation"

Ludomir R. Lozny (Hunter College, USA), "Participatory polycentric governance as a viable strategy for sustainable wellbeing"

Anna Lundgren (Nordregio, Sweden), Linnea Löfving (Nordregio, Sweden), Lars Westin (Umeå university, Sweden) & Björn Hasselgren (Swedish Transport Administration, Sweden), "Cross-border transport infrastructure planning – through the lens of polycentricity"

Barry Macleod-Cullinane (independent, United Kingdom), "Elinor Ostrom and Lon L. Fuller on public policy, natural resources and the polycentric social order"

Pedro Magalhães Batista (University of Leeds, UK), "Digitisation and polycentrism in financial markets governance"

Kazuki Matsui (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan) & Takashi Hashimoto (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan), "Building a social simulation model for ebpm focusing on cognitive bias in behavior change"

Armelle Mazé (National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment & University of Paris Saclay, France), "Geographical indications as global knowledge commons: Ostrom’s law on common intellectual property and collective action"

Liam McHugh-Russell (Dalhousie University, Canda), "Legal evolution and the political economy of meaning"

Neil McRoberts (University of California Davis, USA), Sara Garcia Figuera (University of California Davis, USA) & Mark Lubell (University of California Davis, USA), "Polycentricity and the design of phytosanitary regulation"

Delia Montero (Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico), "The limits of polycentric water governance in Mexico"

Guinevere Nell (independent, UK), "American conservatives and democratic demise"

Amy O'Halloran (University College Cork, Ireland), "The growing role of industrial alliances in the transition towards a European circular economy for plastics"

Dorota Okrasińska (University of Szczecin, Poland), "Polycentric cooperation and relationships in cross-cultural educational management"

Helder Osorio Moranchel (Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico) & Rosalba Mercado Ortiz (Ibero-American University, Mexico), "The US patent system: rules change and polycentric government"

George Papagiannitsis (University of Thessaly, Greece) & Paschalis Arvanitidis (University of Thessaly, Greece), "Polycentric governance for successful commons: a case study from Greece"

Jason Potts (RMIT University, Australia), Chris Berg (RMIT University, Australia), Darcy Allen (RMIT University, Australia) & Aaron Lane (RMIT University, Australia), "Blockchains and polycentric governance"

Gwendoline Promsopha (Aix-Marseille University, France), Heloise Berkowitz (University of Aix-Marseille, France) & Camille Guirou (University of Savoie, France), "Meta-organizing polycentric governance: adaptive management of post-mining water in Gardanne, France"

Klarizze Anne Puzon (United Nations University, Finland) & Ruth Tacneng (University de Limoges, France), "Social antagonism, identity-driven beliefs and loss avoidance: evidence from Guinea"

Shuai Qin (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium) & Lirong Han (People's Public Security University of China, China), "Post-NPM under populism: a comparative analysis of bureaucratic reforms in China and advanced industrialised countries"

Inga Rademacher (King's College London, UK), "Crisis and strategies: how power struggles between central banks and governments have laid the path for variegated neoliberalism in Europe"

Sung Sup Rhee (Soongsil University, South Korea), "Wavering and sympathy pricing"

Roberto Ricciuti (University of Verona, Italy), Adelaide Baronchelli (University of Turin, Italy) & Alessandra Foresta (University of York, UK), "The words that keep people apart: official language, accountability and fiscal capacity"

Maximillian Roch (University of Milan, Italy), "Enhancing change in Zambia’s mining sector"

Colin Rochester (University of Kent, UK) & Meta Zimmeck (Practical Wisdom R2Z, UK), "An organisational rubik's cube? Voluntary action and the provision of PPE during the Covid-19 pandemic in England"

Rajkumar Sahoo (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India), "Regulation of  sustainable consumption behaviours: segregation of waste at source to mitigate plastic pollution in Indian cities"

Simone Sarti (University of Turin, Italy), "The belief in a zero-sum game and the origins of inequality: a theory of the earliest institutional change"

Nadine Jenny Shirin Schröder (HafenCity University Hamburg, Germany), "Order with(out) design in polycentric governance systems:  the role of independence in decision-making for WFD implementation performance and (re)designing governance structures"

Nora Schütze (University of Kassel, Germany), "Determinants and performance of polycentric water governance in Spain"

Sandra Selmanovic (Munich University of Applied Science, Germany) & Omar R. Serrano Oswald (Technical University of Munich, Germany), "Techno-regulation in China: international business management in the era of social credit"

Sophie Serrano (University of Neuchatel, Switzerland), "Legitimation strategies of moral entrepreneurs: moral justification, self-regulation and advocacy of Genevan philanthropy"

Yanhua Shi (Masaryk University, Czechia) & Christian Kimmich (Masaryk University, Czechia & Institute for Advanced Studies, Austria), "A network approach to action situations governing social-ecological systems: a case study of the Indonesian palm oil industry"

Paolo Silvestri (University of Catania, Italy) & Stefan Kesting (University of Leeds, UK), "An institutional economics of gift?"

Marta Simões (University of Coimbra, Portugal), Marcelo Santos (University of Coimbra, Portugal) & Sílvia Sousa (University of Minho, Portugal), "Human capital formation in the OECD: exploring the role of welfare state composition"

Nikhilesh Sinha (Hult International Business School, UK), "The rental transaction"

Agnieszka Smoleńska (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland), "Varieties of financial market transition to climate neutrality in the EU"

Stefano Solari (University of Padua, Italy) & Marco Rangone (University of Padua, Italy), "Financial and technological centralization: challenges to polycentric governance"

Maxime Stauffer (Simon Institute for Longterm Governance & University of Geneva, Switzerland), Nora Ammann (New College of the Humanities, UK), Konrad Seifert (Simon Institute for Longterm Governance, Switzerland) & Jan Pieter Snoeij (Simon Institute for Longterm Governance, Switzerland), "Long-term institutional fit"

Jeff Tan (Aga Khan University, UK), "Reinforcing the public-private dichotomy? Public-private partnerships, community management and polycentric governance in water delivery and water resource management"

Paul Tobin (University of Manchester, UK), "The emergence and impacts of ‘orchestrators’ and ‘inhibitors’ in polycentric climate networks"

Laura Turley (University of Geneva, Switzerland), "Securing urban water supply through reservoir reoperation: an analysis of power and equity in cases from India, Spain and the USA"

Shann Turnbull (International Institute for Self-governance, Australia), "Do we need a 'a new model of corporate governance'?"

Christian Turner (University of Georgia, USA), "Interconstituted legal agents"

Andrei Vernikov (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia) & Anna Kurysheva (Southern Federal University, Russia), "Consumerist culture, debt dependence and storytelling through movies"

Vanessa Villanueva Collao (University of Illinois, USA), "Data governance in corporate boardrooms"

Richard R. Weiner (Rhode Island College, UK), "Governing governance, recurring corporatism and liquid modernity"

Jose Guilherme Vasi Werner (Fundacao Getulio Vargas, Brazil), "Isomorphism at Rio de Janeiro small claims courts"

Hannah Whitley (Pennsylvania State University, USA), "An institutional analysis of irrigation governance in the upper Klamath Basin (Oregon, USA)"

Dane Whittaker (Arizona State University, USA), "Polycentric governance for change: comparing how US midwest lake and watershed governance systems facilitate learning and encourage experimentation to adapt to change"

Julia Wittmayer (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands) & Sabine Hielscher (University of Sussex, UK), "Changes in social relations in energy transitions: investigating social innovation processes"

Christina Wolf (Kingson University, UK), "Peripheral financialisation and monopoly capitalism in Nigeria: the case of the Dangote Business Group"

Pramod Kumar Yadav (Clemson University, USA) & Matthew Brownlee (Clemson University, USA), "Evolution of policy and governance for the India’s Tiger Recovery Program"