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It is widely assumed that natural resources owned in common will inevitably be exhausted unless they are either brought under state control or privatized. But is this assumption valid? Are state and private management really the only options? This book builds a strong case for the ability of communities to use common-pool resources effectively and sustainably - thus Making ...more
Paperback, 339 pages
Published October 2nd 1992 by ICS Press (first published October 1992)
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