A New Perspective on Community Governance of Forests in Bolivia: The Role of External Organizations

@inproceedings{Andersson2009ANP,
  title={A New Perspective on Community Governance of Forests in Bolivia: The Role of External Organizations},
  author={Krister Andersson},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract Most contemporary scholarship on decentralization assesses the impacts of these reforms by studying the decisions and activities of local government administrations: the targeted actors of the decentralization reforms. In Latin America, the most common targeted actors are municipal governments. Meso-level analyses of this sort fail to capture an important determinant of aggregate governance performance: the institutional conditions for community self-governance. These conditions can… CONTINUE READING

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