An Econometric and Game Theoretic Model of Common Pool Resource Management

An Econometric and Game Theoretic Model of Common Pool Resource Management

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This book provides a manual for undertaking research into the role of people in commonly shared resources, like forests, water bodies, fisheries and grazing pastures. The method in this book constructs indicators for the level of participation, net benefits from participating, forest dependence, forest quality, inequality, wealth and social differences. It can be concluded that (1) the studied organisations for forest management vary considerably in their effectiveness and (2) voluntary participation is most likely to emerge among the villagers who depend highly on the forest and perceive the quality of the forest as good.The influential farmers of the Jat caste in Dhamala are solely interested in the monetary value of the matured bhabbar. They do ... In contrast with Dhamala, the people of Sukhomajri are more interested in free availability of fodder grasses, which ... Furthermore, the profit of bhabbar is put in the village account, while manual collection of fodder has a direct private benefit. ... Present status of dams in Nada.


Title:An Econometric and Game Theoretic Model of Common Pool Resource Management
Author: Wietze Lise
Publisher:Nova Publishers - 2007
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