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Non-Cooperative Institutions for Sustainable Management of Common Pool Resources 1

@inproceedings{Madani2011NonCooperativeIF,
  title={Non-Cooperative Institutions for Sustainable Management of Common Pool Resources 1},
  author={K. Madani},
  year={2011}
}
  • K. Madani
  • Published 2011
  • As demands for limited natural resources increase, developing management institutions that ensure the sustainability of such resources is essential. Natural resources are Common Pool Resources (CPRs), managed under different noncooperative, cooperative, and externally imposed management frameworks. While early studies of non-cooperative CPR management suggest inevitable “tragedy of the commons,” here we discuss how users can avoid tragic outcomes by changing their decision making rationales and… CONTINUE READING
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