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The Structure of Resource Tenure Regimes
The Nature and Development
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actors allocation analyzing asserts bargaining basic behavior benefits Cambridge University Press Chapter collective action common property common-pool resources constitutional constraints context contracting contractual relations conventions created define deforestation Demsetz determine discussion distribution economic economic rent efficiency emergence enforcement establishment evolution existence explains externalities forestry function game theory Hayami hectares ideology incentives individuals induced innovation model induced institutional innovation institutional arrangements institutional change institutional framework internal components interrelations Knight land landless workers leasehold million hectares narrow rationality natural resources negotiated norms Oakerson open-access Ostrom patterns of interaction perspective Philippine uplands physical and technical policies political power relations prevailing institutional process of institutional production property regimes property relations provides public domain lands redistribution Refer resource endowments resource regimes resource system resource tenure regimes rice village rights relations shifting cultivation social institutions society specific spontaneous structure of resource sub-tenancy technical attributes theory transaction costs upland forests