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dc.contributor.authorSchlager, E.
dc.contributor.authorOstrom, Elinor
dc.identifier.citationLand Economics 68(1992): 249-262
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dc.description.abstractThe term "Common-Property resource" is an example of a term repeatedly used to refer to property owned by a government or by no one. It is also used for property owned by a community of resource users. Such usage leads to confusion in scientific study and usage leads to confusion in scientific study and policy analysis. In this paper we develop a conceptual schema for arraying property-rights regimes that distinguishes among diverse bundles of rights ranging from authorized user, to claimant, to proprietor, and to owner. We apply this conceptual schema to analyze findings from a variety of empirical settings including the Maine lobster industry.
dc.rightsCopyright 1992 Land Economics
dc.subjectEnvironmental impacts
dc.subjectCommon property resources
dc.subjectEconomic impacts
dc.subjectNatural resource management
dc.subjectIntellectual property rights
dc.subjectEnvironmental law
dc.titleProperty rights regimes and natural resources: A conceptual analysis
dc.description.notesSysCoor-5 (Policy and Governance)

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