3 edition of Heterogeneity, distribution, and cooperation in common property resource management found in the catalog.
Heterogeneity, distribution, and cooperation in common property resource management
S. M. Ravi Kanbur
|Series||Policy research working papers ;, WPS-844|
|LC Classifications||HD1286 .K36 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||92186378|
Course Goals and Content Distributed systems and their: Basic concepts Main issues, problems, and solutions Structured and functionality Content: Distributed systems (Tanenbaum, Ch. 1) - Architectures, goal, challenges - Where our solutions are applicable Synchronization: Time, . A Behavioral Approach to the Rational Choice Theory of Collective Action: Presidential Address, American Political Science Association, - Volume 92 Issue 1 - Elinor Ostrom In Proceedings of the Conference on Common Property Resource Management, National Research Council Heterogeneity and Cooperation in Two Domains, ed. Keohane Cited by:
Heterogeneity is the characteristic of an object or fluid to have different quality or property from other fluids or objects in its vicinity. Heterogeneity mixtures are not uniform and have different properties. Heterogeneity is completely opposite of homogeneity. A simple example for heterogeneity is . Accounting for Heterogeneity of Public Lands in Hedonic Property Models Charlotte Ham, Patricia A. Champ, John B. Loomis, and Robin M. Reich ABSTRACT. Open space lands, national forests in particular, are usually treated as homogeneous enti-ties in hedonic price studies. Failure to account for the heterogeneous nature of public open spaces mayCited by:
Heterogeneity is a defining characteristic of environmental demand studies that use household-level data. People make different choices due to observed and unobserved differences in preferences and constraints, choice elements are quality-differentiated commodities that can be consumed in different ways, and observed characteristics of people are often import for policy. In this review I. Much of the common-pool resource literature addresses the rule clusters responsible for natural resource outcomes, but by considering an array of both institutional and physical features and the water delivery outcomes produced at the household level, we offer new explanations for water disparities within smallholder-operated irrigation by: 8.
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Heterogeneity, Distribution, and Cooperation in Common Property Resource Management Ravi Kanbur The more heterogeneous agents are along relevant dimensions, the less likely cooperative agreements are to come about. And existing agreements are morely likely to break down as a.
Downloadable. The report considers the role of group heterogeneity in the success or failure of common property resource management. The author argues that cooperative agreements are less likely to come about when agents are highly heterogeneous along relevant dimensions - and existing agreements are more likely to break down as a group becomes more heterogeneous.
Property Rights and Natural Resources: Socio-Economic Heterogeneity and Distributional Implications of Common Property Resource Management. ISBN 1. Property rights, 2. Common property resources, 3. Socio-economic heterogeneity, 4. Community forestry, 5.
Equity, 6. Distribution of forest income, 7. Nepal. L.H. Berry, in Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, Common Pool Resource Economics. Within the field of economics, common resources are generally referred to as common pool resources, common property resources, or common access resources—a type of good whose characteristics or size make them costly or difficult to regulate and exclude potential users from obtaining benefits from their use.
Property Rights and Natural Resources: Socio-Economic Heterogeneity and Distributional Implications of Common Property Resource Management Article (PDF Available) January with ReadsAuthor: Bhim Adhikari. The literature on common property-based resource management comprises many important studies that seek to specify the conditions under which groups of users will self-organize and sustainably.
Ravi Kanbur, "Heterogeneity, Distribution and Cooperation in Common Property Resource Management" Arik Levinson and Sudhir Shetty, "Efficient Environment Regulation: Case Studies of Urban Air Pollution" Robert Lucas, David Wheeler, and Hemamala Hettige, "Economic Development, EnvironmentalFile Size: 3MB.
Abstract. Several studies have revealed that the presence of heterogeneity amongst the user groups of common property natural resources considerably affects the effectiveness of resource management and their sustainable use. Primary research conducted in six sample villages from three districts of the Indian state Odisha has found that heterogeneity in economic and social dimensions Cited by: 3.
In the USA, no federal farm bill program specifically targets farmland or rangeland heterogeneity, although limited heterogeneity-based management practices have been recently allowed for use in long-standing programs like the Conservation Reserve Program (NRCS ; Hart ), and such heterogeneity-based management has been shown to increase Cited by: Abstract: Different types of heterogeneities are prevalent in the Common Property Resources (CPRs) usage and management.
They generally arise from the differences in endowments, objectives and cultural background of the users. This paper aims to identify such heterogeneities and possibly try to discuss their implications. The leaders in CPR management (CPRM)are those who are rich or hold.
Introduction. Absent cooperation, rates of extraction are suboptimally high if a renewable natural resource is shared by two users, or more. Achieving cooperation is typically thought to be more difficult if resource users are heterogeneous, for example with respect to the efficiency with which they can exploit the resource (cf.
Cherry et al.,Gardner et al.,Hannesson, Cited by: 8. Kanbur, R. Heterogeneity, Distribution, and Cooperation in Common Property Resource Management. Policy Research Working Papers, WPS Washington DC: World Bank.
Downloadable. In the debate on resource management, asset re-distribution and privatization of commons have emerged as contentious issues. This paper uses a case study in Goa to examine whether tenure security and asset re-distribution can lead to environmentally sustainable outcomes.
The paper concludes that when public policy involves institutional transition, there may be tradeoffs involved. Heterogeneity and Common Pool Resources: Collective Management of Forests in Himachal Pradesh, India collective actions related to natural resource management.
However, their effects are far the effect of heterogeneity on cooperation whereas the latter investigates the effect of heterogeneity on 7. In the debate on common property resource management, asset redistribution and privatization of commons have emerged as contentious issues.
This chapter uses a case study in Goa, India, to examine whether tenure security and asset redistribution can lead to environmentally sustainable outcomes.
It concludes that when public policy involves institutional transition (private purchase of. Kanbur, R. Heterogeneity, Distribution and Cooperation in Common Property Resource Management.
Background paper for the World Development Report, World Bank. Khwaja, A.I. Leadership, Rights and Project Complexity: Determinants of Collective Action in the Maintenance of Infrastructural Projects in the Himalayas.
Competitive heterogeneity is a concept from strategic management that examines why industries do not converge on one best way of doing things.
In the view of strategic management scholars, the microeconomics of production and competition combine to predict that industries will be composed of identical firms offering identical products at identical prices. The Management of Common Property Natural Resources Some Conceptual and Operational Fallacies Daniel W Bromley II.
PROPERTY ISSUES AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REGIMES. 5 The topic of common property natural resources A Paradox. Homogeneity in the IMP Perspective Introduction The assumption of resource heterogeneity is one of the main pillars on which the IMP Perspective rests. Even so, mention is most often only made of the ‘underlying assumption’ of (resource) heterogeneity – the content of the assumption is seldom discussed per se, and even.
the resource. Cases where the management costs exceed the benefits enjoyed by the managing group will likely not produce a sustainable CPR management system. Resource characteristics Effective common property institutions can only be developed if conservation goals are clearly specified.
An obvious point (so much so as to be often overlooked. The symbolic making of a common property resource: history, ecology and locality in a tank-irrigated landscape in South India.
Development and Change28(3) National Research Council, editor Proceedings of the conference on common property resource al Academy Press, Washington, D.C., USA. Niamir-Fuller, M The Cited by: 1 Commons projects encompass a large amount of variation in labelling and perhaps substance (e.g. community-based forest management, community-based natural resource management (CBNRM), community conservation, co-management etc.) but for the purposes of this paper the core features of these projects are defined above.heterogeneity, but does not mean heterogeneity is no longer a problem • Is the average effect useful?
• If too much heterogeneity, don’t do a meta-analysis of all studies • Understand why heterogeneity existsFile Size: KB.