Affiliate researchers

Íñigo Ena Sanjuán, postdoctoral fellow at Leibniz Universität Hannover (Germany); associate researcher in the ERC project IberLAND.

“The SEICA network presents a valuable opportunity to connect with colleagues who are addressing collective action issues and share perspectives, methodologies, and findings. SEICA offers a platform for scholars from diverse fields to collaborate in addressing social, economic, and ecological challenges.”


Taneli Vaskelainen, university researcher of Sustainable Economy and Cooperatives at Ruralia Institute, University of Helsinki (Finland)

“I am delighted to join SEICA as an affiliate because its researchers share my enthusiasm to examine and empower communities as they try to provide solutions to grand challenges that vex humankind. I also appreciate highly the methodological ambition and wide historical perspective that is characteristic of the research group.”


Fijnanda van Klingeren, Statistical researcher at the socio-economic department of Statistics Netherlands (CBS) (The Netherlands)


David Soto-Oñate, Postdoctoral researcher at the Post-growth Innovation Lab, University of Vigo (Spain)

“I joined SEICA as an affiliate because it is fully consistent with my research and the impact I would like it to have in the world.”


Enrique Santamaría Echeverría, Researcher in Law and Innovation at the Law & Markets Department at Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam (The Netherlands)

“I am interested in collaborative and cooperative mechanisms for the governance of health data. The research group SEICA is the perfect hub for advancing my research and receive critical feedback from expert colleagues with different academic backgrounds”


Frédéric Dufays, Assistant Professor in Social and Sustainable Entrepreneurship, HEC Liège, Belgium, and academic coordinator of The Centre of Expertise for Cooperative Entrepreneurship at KU Leuven (Belgium).

“SEICA is a great place to meet researchers that share a concern for addressing grand societal challenges through collective action and alternative organizing. This common concern is a strong driver for intense and insightful discussions, as well as for the development of solid impact-driven research. Also, SEICA’s multidisciplinary character and its strong link with practitioners make it a unique research group.”


Montserrat Prats López, Assistant Professor of Information Science, Open University of the Netherlands


Florian Grisel is a Research Fellow at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (University of Strasbourg, SAGE) and a Senior Research Fellow at Centre for Socio-Legal Studies (University of Oxford). In his book The Limits of Private Governance: Norms and Rules in a Mediterranean Fishery (Hart Publishing, 2021) he explores the history of a communal organisation and its role in the management of a Mediterranean fishery.

“I am delighted to join the research group on Institutions for Collective Action as Affiliate Researcher. I share the excitement and interest of the group members for the various institutionalised organisations that tackle collective action problems arising from the management of natural resources.”


Amineh Ghorbani, Associate Professor, faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands)


José-Miguel Lana-Berasain, Profesor of Economic History and Institutions in Public University of Navarre (Iruña-Pamplona, Spain)

“It is a pleasure to participate in the network.”


Romina Rodela, Associate Professor in Environmental Management and Governance, Södertörn University (Stockholm, Sweden)


Angus Winchester, Emeritus Professor of environmental history, Lancaster University (UK)