<> <> x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� Proponents of Hardin’s Logic 3.2. stream >> x��K <> /BBox [0 0 429 644] x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� <> 6. �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> /Subtype /Form endobj 13 0 obj 17 0 obj and resources upon which it is based are still contested. use which is pushed beyond the limits of sustainable yields (Blomquist and Ostrom, 1985; Randall, 1983). /BBox [0 0 429 644] >> /Subtype /Form stream The resource units or benefits from a common-pool resource include water, timber, medicinal plants, … Using Mongolia as a case study, Undargaa highlights the inability of contemporary insti- They are carefully compar-ative, theoretically informed, and, in contrast to single case-oriented research, they use a relatively large sample of cases to analyze the validity of theoretical insight. >> >> /Subtype /Form 36 0 obj Forum for Development Studies 33(2): 215–236. Common Pool Resources and Contextual Factors: Evolution of a Fishermen’s Cooperative in Calcutta. >> >> ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� /BBox [0 0 429 644] �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> endobj /BBox [0 0 429 644] endobj stream >> >> >> ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� Ecological Economics 50(3–4): 201–217. !\ As Michigan’s Governor, Gretchen Whitmer is committed to solving problems for Michiganders across the state. <> 6. endstream /Subtype /Form stream 339-352. stream Common-pool resources are therefore potentially subject to congestion, depletion, or degradation, i.e. 25 0 obj !\ ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� Canal water is a common-pool resource: it can be used jointly, because of the high cost of x��K �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> x��K ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� endobj >> >> >> x��A >> <> �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> >> endstream /Subtype /Form /BBox [0 0 429 644] /Subtype /Form endstream �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> This is obviously not a simple task. This article presents a conceptual framework for theoretical and empirical analysis of the multiplicity of behavioral problems encountered in common-pool resources (CPRs). There are many Do-It-Yourself tools to help you create court forms. Preventing the Tragedy: Mutual Coercion, Mutually Agreed Upon 3. >> Using Mongolia as a case study, Undargaa highlights the inability of contemporary insti- x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� /XObject <> !\ 40 0 obj This website does not give legal advice, and it is not a substitute for having a lawyer. and resources upon which it is based are still contested. !\ >> Common-pool resource management is a critical element in the interlocked challenges of food security, nutrition, poverty reduction, and environmental sustainability. /BBox [0 0 450 630] >> /MediaBox [0 0 612 792] 23 0 obj ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� >> 14 0 obj 31 0 obj ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� <> endstream >> Drawing on these stream >> p޺κ���g�hx�����{6�R+]�x�� x��YKs����J����� a0x:�hm٫�m�A'[e� �C^. Hardin’s Critics 3.3. >> <> endobj !\ 24 0 obj x��K stream !\ 39 0 obj /Subtype /Form 15 0 obj Research and Policy: Hardin’s Legacy 3.1. Common-pool resources are therefore potentially subject to congestion, depletion, or degradation, i.e. The majority of the CPR research to date has been in the areas of fisheries, forests, grazing systems, wildlife, water resources, irrigation systems, agriculture, land tenure and use, social organization, theory (social dilemmas, game theory, experimental economic… <> /Subtype /Form /BBox [0 0 429 644] <> Residents in Michigan are provided access to a number of electronic resources such as General Reference Center Gold, Health and Wellness Resource Center, LearnATest, and NetLibrary. Common CPR examples include fisheries, forests, irrigation systems, and pastures. endstream >> Dennis McLaughlin, Bhumibol Professor of Water Resource Management Parag Pathak, Professor of Economics. stream endstream x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� to it properties of a common pool resource. endstream �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> >> FirstSearch research databases include Medline, ArticleFirst, ERIC, and WilsonSelectPlus; which provide access to full text articles and abstracts. efforts to manage and govern common-pool resources. Common-pool resources often suffer from being overused or becoming congested by use. endobj ‘Common-pool resources’ are characterised by divisibility, which makes a difference to public goods, and include open-access resources as well as common-property resources, in opposition to private property resources. >> /BBox [0 0 429 644] /BBox [0 0 429 644] x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� endobj <> endobj As mentioned above, examples of typical common-pool resource systems include lakes, rivers, irrigation systems, groundwater basins, forests, fishery stocks, and grazing areas. /Rotate 0 endobj endstream endstream ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� /BBox [0 0 429 644] 5 0 obj <> Resource pool guidelines Before adding or modifying a resource pool, you should make sure your plans follow the guidelines that can help you optimize the advantages of using resource pools. /Font <> stream <> endobj >> The Tragedy in Review 2.1. The "privateness" of property rights refers to the clarity, specificity, and especially the exclusivity of the rights, and not to the identity of the rights-holder. Fisheries 2. A decentralized group of x��K >> 6 0 obj /Subtype /Form x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� What makes common pool resources so interesting is that the theory, developed by Elinor Ostrom (1990), argues that despite the fact that humans are supposed to be selfish, faced with conditions of scarcity we are able to self-organise and govern our common pool resources (our ‘commons’) in … >> Thus, … endstream 29 0 obj >> 35 0 obj >> /BBox [0 0 429 644] endobj Common-pool resource management is a critical element in the interlocked challenges of food security, nutrition, poverty reduction, and environmental sustainability. The Population Problem 2.2. /Subtype /Form >> endstream Common CPR examples include fisheries, forests, irrigation systems, and pastures. endstream stream 21 0 obj /Subtype /Form 45 0 obj 7 0 obj /BBox [0 0 429 644] endobj It then outlines policy priorities for institutional development to achieve improvements in implementing these goals. endobj >> >> �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> >> 19 0 obj >> �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> /BBox [0 0 429 644] stream >> Irrigation systems 8 0 obj ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� Ecological Economics 50(3–4): 201–217. �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> stream A common pool resource is a resource that benefits a group of people, but which provides diminished benefits to everyone if each individual pursues his or her own self-interest. /Subtype /Form /BBox [0 0 429 644] >> 33 0 obj endobj humans craft to govern, provide, and manage public goods and common-pool resources. stream 32 0 obj /Subtype /Form stream Beyond Governance: Bringing Power into Policy Analysis. /Subtype /Form 1992). x��K It is largely due to the fact that such resources usually possess a primary resource, or stock variable, as well as smaller units that can be extracted and used, or the flow variable of the resource. endstream /BBox [0 0 429 644] a common-pool resource, and ultimately future exhaustion of the resource e has been widely recognized [4e9]. endstream In the newly published book, Pastoralism and common pool resources - rangeland co-management, property rights and access in Mongolia, author Undargaa ‘puts property in its place’. endobj endobj 34 0 obj >> /BBox [0 0 429 644] One of the earliest, most powerful and long‐lasting models of a common‐pool resource is the static model of a fishery published by Scott Gordon in 1954. p޺κ���g�hx�����{6�R+]�x�� Common Pool Resources and Contextual Factors: Evolution of a Fishermen’s Cooperative in Calcutta. endstream /CropBox [73 75 502 719] endobj /Subtype /Form 2 0 obj Research and Policy: Hardin’s Legacy 3.1. Michigan Legal Help is for people who are handling their legal problems without a lawyer. >> Ishihara, I and Pascual, U (2009). /Subtype /Form x��K For any economic application, it should become the standard approach to combine game-theoretic analysis, experimental investigations and studies from the field. %���� /Subtype /Form /Subtype /Form x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� stream stream /BBox [0 0 429 644] /BBox [0 0 429 644] ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� Achieving a Sustainable Relationship Between Common Pool Resources and Tourism: The Role of Environmental Ethics. Under her leadership, that means expanding access to affordable healthcare, improving education and skills training, respecting working families, cleaning up Michigan’s drinking water, and of course, fixing the roads. �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> /Subtype /Form stream >> endobj endstream endobj /BBox [0 0 429 644] >> >> x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� endstream >> >> Common-pool resources in the field A sufficient number of empirical examples exist where the absence of property rights and the independence of actors captures the essence of the problem facing appropriators that the broad empirical applicability of the conventional theory was not effectively challenged by field research until the mid-1980s. endstream Drawing on these Common-pool resources are susceptible to … �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> Proponents of Hardin’s Logic 3.2. /Subtype /Form 44 0 obj >> stream >> ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� Common-pool resource systems may also be facilities that are constructed for joint use, such as mainframe computers and the Internet. ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� <> stream >> endobj stream Journal of Sustainable Tourism: Vol. >> >> !\ /BBox [0 0 429 644] endobj endobj Improved Management of Common Pool Resources. <> endobj x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� x��K Water resources 27. x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� endstream �^ /Subtype /Form /BBox [0 0 429 644] �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> /Subtype /Form endobj stream !\ >> stream endstream >> In economics, a common-pool resource (CPR) is a type of good consisting of a natural or human-made resource system (e.g. Pure private goods are both excludable (individual a can be excluded from consuming private goods unless paid for) and rivalrous >> This framework is used to specify more clearly the strategic content of CPR dilemmas and to show their interaction. This framework is used to specify more clearly the strategic content of CPR dilemmas and to show their interaction. >> stream stream >> ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� endstream One of the greatest challenges we face when managing natural resources for long-term human benefit is the “common pool” problem. endobj x��K endobj endstream >> endstream >> <> >> >> Some features of this site may not work without it. ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� JavaScript is disabled for your browser. endobj stream endobj The links between drivers of change and processes affecting common pool resources are used to develop a generic framework for policy formulation. /Subtype /Form endstream x��K Common pool resources (CPRs) are characterized as resources for which the exclusion of users is difficult (referred to as excludability), and the use of such a resource by one user decreases resource benefits for other users (referred to as subtractability). x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� Pastures 3. Each presents a summary set of conditions critical to sustainability of commons institutions. /BBox [0 0 429 644] >> /Subtype /Form endstream endobj The Tragedy in Review 2.1. /BBox [0 0 450 630] >> stream <> endobj >> endstream x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� This article presents a conceptual framework for theoretical and empirical analysis of the multiplicity of behavioral problems encountered in common-pool resources (CPRs). >> The core argument is that (1) policy support for community-based management in forestry and fisheries requires explicit prioritization to protect against threats from other types of private- and public-sector investment; and (2) the success of these initiatives depends on more systemic governance reforms that address issues of stakeholder representation, mechanisms of accountability, and institutional capacity. �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> /BBox [0 0 429 644] /Subtype /Form <> "Common-pool Resources (CPRs) are natural or human-made resources where one person's use subtracts from another's use and where it is often necessary, but difficult and costly, to exclude other users outside the group from using the resource.. x��K /BBox [0 0 450 630] <> Water resources management aims to reconcile these various attributes of water. 3 0 obj stream x��K endstream stream /Subtype /Form >> >> endstream The property regime management arrangementsand of a water resources system are therefore often complex. ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� In the newly published book, Pastoralism and common pool resources - rangeland co-management, property rights and access in Mongolia, author Undargaa ‘puts property in its place’. stream >> Groundwater is a classic common pool resource (CPR). 22 0 obj /BBox [0 0 429 644] <> 26 0 obj 11 0 obj endobj . <> /BBox [0 0 429 644] ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� /Subtype /Form >> Introduction 2. 4 0 obj What makes common pool resources so interesting is that the theory, developed by Elinor Ostrom (1990), argues that despite the fact that humans are supposed to be selfish, faced with conditions of scarcity we are able to self-organise and govern our common pool resources (our ‘commons’) in … stream <> <> stream x��K endstream This paper examines strategic policy choices and governance challenges facing Cambodia‘s forests and fisheries, the most economically important subsectors of agriculture that rely on common-pool resources. ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� >> !\ endobj Rules, Games, and Common-Pool Resources Elinor Ostrom, Roy Gardner, and James Walker http://www.press.umich.edu/titleDetailDesc.do?id=9739 stream A common pool resource is a resource that has most of the characteristics of a pure private good, but that is owned in common by many people (such as the members of a community). !\ !\ Something that is considered to be part of … stream x��K endobj x��;�0��ާ��,~ @邀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W����4]ʜ ?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v�lk���'K���>��'y��L��[��W��&� <> 20 0 obj <> common pool resources, and an increase or decrease in the supply of common pool resources. endstream /Subtype /Form /Subtype /Form There are a number of resources that fall into the common-pool category, including: 1. endstream /BBox [0 0 429 644] x��;�0��ާ��,~ @邀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W����4]ʜ ?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v�lk���'K���>��'y��L��[��W��&� endstream /BBox [0 0 429 644] Hyden, G (2006). <> Canal water is a common-pool resource: it can be used jointly, because of the high cost of stream 13, No. x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� <> >> >> Forum for Development Studies 33(2): 215–236. /BBox [0 0 429 644] >> /Subtype /Form The links between drivers of change and processes affecting common pool resources are used to develop a generic framework for policy formulation. stream !\ stream >> <> /BBox [0 0 429 644] !\ >> /Subtype /Form 18 0 obj endobj stream <> Ruth Langridge, Amanda Fencl, in Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, 2019. >> Hyden, G (2006). endobj /BBox [0 0 429 644] /Subtype /Form >> >> Common-pool resources are prone to over-exploitation. 38 0 obj >> <> Common Pool: A resource or asset that is jointly managed or accessed by a group rather than by an individual. A decentralized group of 37 0 obj x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� endobj endstream endobj endstream common pool resources, and an increase or decrease in the supply of common pool resources. �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> 9 0 obj �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> stream endobj >> 69 0 obj Defending public goods and common-pool resources 1 Lawrence R. De Geesty John K. Stranlundz 2 3 Abstract 4 In many real-world social dilemmas the surplus from insider cooperation can be 5 stolen by outsiders. The Inexorable Logic of Tragedy 2.3. stream >> !\ stream 43 0 obj 3.1 The hydrological cycle 27 3.2 Water balances 31 3.3 Groundwater resources 36 4, pp. endstream /BBox [0 0 429 644] "The authors have shown in an impressive way that the economics of common-pool resources is a fascinating research topic. endstream /Subtype /Form The nature of a good is an inherent physical characteristic, not susceptible to manipulation by humans. x��K x��K Preventing the Tragedy: Mutual Coercion, Mutually Agreed Upon 3. !\ The Inexorable Logic of Tragedy 2.3. We present experimental evidence of cooperation to create and 6 defend surplus under positive and negative externalities. <> /Subtype /Form x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� <> Two Types of Goods In his classic definitional essay, Paul Samuelson (1954) divided goods into two types. Developing formal models has been an important tool for institutional theorists for analysing why common‐pool resources are overharvested and what might be done to avert their destruction. 4. >> >> ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� <> !\ 2.4 Integrated water resources management 8 2.5 Policy principles 11 2.6 Sustainability of water resources 13 2.7 Historical developments: towards IWRM 15 2.8 Outstanding issues of debate 22 2.9 Exercises 24 2.10 References 25 . We present experimental evidence of cooperation to create and 6 defend surplus under positive and negative externalities. use which is pushed beyond the limits of sustainable yields (Blomquist and Ostrom, 1985; Randall, 1983). The Population Problem 2.2. 47 0 obj /Subtype /Form /BBox [0 0 429 644] �0�}����0?ǵ�'h����!~ �7�T-�x�,Z�J�E����:�A�1��Y¹]��%���a�6_m> 42 0 obj Introduction 2. /BBox [0 0 450 630] /BBox [0 0 429 644] x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� /BBox [0 0 429 644] endobj <> /Subtype /Form >> /BBox [0 0 429 644] >> ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� endobj an irrigation system or fishing grounds), whose size or characteristics makes it costly, but not impossible, to exclude potential beneficiaries from obtaining benefits from its use. Multiple entities overlying a groundwater basin can withdraw water from the basin, and exploitation by one user can reduce the quantity or quality available to others. <> However, observational and ex-perimental evidence show that common pool users can often govern themselves to success-fully protect their resource from exhaustion and resolve the social dilemma (Berkes 1985, Ostrom et al. <> /BBox [0 0 429 644] /Subtype /Form /Subtype /Form >> 30 0 obj common-pool resources, commons, global commons Contents 1. . ���G���>���Q���,f:g�z� Ishihara, I and Pascual, U (2009). endstream endobj endobj endstream <> The latter are held by individuals and firms creating the basis for the functioning of markets. endstream common-pool resources, commons, global commons Contents 1. endobj 46 0 obj <> <> endobj x��K /BBox [0 0 429 644] <> 12 0 obj International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). Final Executive Summary. �^ <> upstream my /BBox [0 0 429 644] x��;�0��ާ��,~ �肀 _�R r�hC��c7#��|W��~P��.e�-?�]��Bxƕ���[�ˉ`�v���]cO�p�-'}�1O2�"9��ByI����L,��Uu*X�0w���&� !\ But property institutions are human inventions. <> x��K x��A . Social Attributes of Groundwater. >> Beyond Governance: Bringing Power into Policy Analysis. <> 41 0 obj Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: Common-pool resource management is a critical element in the interlocked challenges of food security, nutrition, poverty reduction, and environmental sustainability. stream >> /BBox [0 0 429 644] 28 0 obj B. %PDF-1.4 stream /Subtype /Form Defending public goods and common-pool resources 1 Lawrence R. De Geesty John K. 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