Property Rights and the Management of Animal Genetic Resources

@inproceedings{Anderson2006PropertyRA,
  title={Property Rights and the Management of Animal Genetic Resources},
  author={Simon Anderson},
  year={2006}
}
NOTICE: CAPRi Working Papers contain preliminary material and research results, and are circulated prior to a full peer review in order to stimulate discussion and critical comment. It is expected that most CAPRi Working Papers will eventually be published in some other form, and that their content may also be revised. ABSTRACT Genetic erosion in animal genetic resources (AnGR) is of concern where livelihoods of the poor are affected and option values for society are being lost. The poor often… CONTINUE READING
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