The keynotes of Elinor Ostrom are enlightening in the fields of economic sciences, sustainability and factors of social development.
Elinor Ostrom studied political science at the University of California Los Angeles and was later awarded a master's and PhD from the UCLA Department of Political Science. Her career began when she co-founded the Indiana University workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis in collaboration with her husband, Vincent Ostrom. Her extensive writings and research in the fields of political science and economics have been revered for their excellence.
Most notably, Ostrom is renowned with the highest honor of a Noble Prize in Economic Sciences, and was the first woman to have received the prize in that category. The keynotes by Elinor Ostrom showcase the late economist's dynamic personal and thorough talent for analysis.