The commons in the new millennium : challenges and adaptation / edited by Nives Dolšak and Elinor Ostrom.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2003.
Description
xxiv, 369 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm.

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Subject(s)
Series
Politics, science, and the environment [More in this series]
Notes
Based on papers given at the 2000 conference held in Bloomington, Indiana.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • The challenges of the commons / Nives Dols̆ak and Elinor Ostrom
  • Changes in the territorial system of the Maine lobster industry / James M. Acheson and Jennifer F. Brewer
  • Transition in the American fishing commons : management problems and institutional design challenges / Susan Hanna
  • The relationship between resource definition and scale : considering the forest / Martha E. Geores
  • Privatizing the commons ... twelve years later : fishers' experiences with New Zealand's market-based fisheries management / Tracy Yandle and Christopher M. Dewees.
  • Stakeholders, courts, and communities : individual transferable quotas in Icelandic fisheries, 1991-2001 / Elinar Erythórsson
  • Multilateral emission trading : heterogeneity in domestic and international common-pool resource management / Alexander E. Farrell and M. Granger Morgan
  • Shaping local forest tenure in national politics / Rita Lindayati
  • A framework for analyzing the physical-, social-, and human-capital effects of microcredit on common-pool resources / C. Leigh Anderson, Laura A. Locker, and Rachel A. Nugent.
  • Using social capital to create political capital : how do local communities gain political influence? A theoretical approach and empirical evidence from Thailand / Regina Birner and Heidi Wittmer
  • Adaptation to challenges / Nives Dols̆ak, Eduardo S. Brondizio, Lars Carlsson, David W. Cash, Clark C. Gibson, Matthew J. Hoffmann, Anna Knox, Rugh S. Meinzen-Dick, and Elinor Ostrom.
ISBN
  • 0262541424 ((pbk.))
  • 9780262541428 ((pbk.))
  • 0262042142 ((hc.))
  • 9780262042147 ((hc.))
LCCN
2002029396
OCLC
50129392
International Article Number
  • 9780262541428
  • 9780262042147
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