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Madeline Tyson

Madeline Tyson

Instructor, School of Sustainability

Madeline.Tyson@asu.edu

School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502

Titles

  • Instructor, School of Sustainability

Biography

Mady Tyson received her PhD in Sustainability at Arizona State University. She studied how information is used and governed as a resource commons, and how this affects our ability to cooperate inter-disciplinarily and make more sustainable decisions. She specifically studied information in energy innovation networks. Whenever she gets free time, she also tries to play capoeira, experiment with algae, learn new languages and go on as many adventures as possible.

Education

  • PhD, Sustainability, School of Sustainability, 2018

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Journal Articles

2019

Bernstein, M. J., M. del Mar Mancha-Cisneros, M. Tyson, U. Brady, C. Rubinos, H. C. Shin, S. Vallury, S. Smith-Heisters and E. Ratajczyk. 2019. Mapping Ostrom's common-pool resource systems coding handbook to the coupled infrastructure systems framework to enable comparative research. International Journal of the Commons 13(1):528-552. DOI: 10.18352/ijc.904. (link )

Presentations

2017

Bernstein, M. J., U. Brady, M. del Mar Mancha-Cisneros, E. Ratajczyk, M. Tyson, C. Rubinos, H. C. Shin, S. Smith-Heisters and S. Vallury. 2017. Found in translation: Dialogues between coding variables and frameworks in studies of common-pool resources. Presentation at the Practicing the Commons: XVI Biennial International Association for the Study of the Commons Conference, July 10-14, 2017, Utrecht, The Netherlands.