Elinor Ostrom shared the 2009 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for her work "which uses case studies to argue that around the world private associations have often, but not always, managed to avoid the tragedy of the commons and develop efficient uses of resources." (source)
She has written a book called "Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action" and I wondered if there have been any reviews written on it. I searched zcom, but was surprised not to find anything.
If you know of any such reviews, I’d appreciate a link in the comments please.