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Juan Camilo Cárdenas
How Do Property Rights Affect Individual and Collective Use and Conservation of Land, Timber, Water, Fish, and Other Important Resources?
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In early 2008, the Conservation Strategy Fund, Resources for the Future, and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation convened experts to discuss the role of economic analysis as a conservation tool in developing countries.See here:

http://www.rff.org/News/Features/Pages/ConservationStrategiesintheTropics.aspx

This is a series of reflections on how institutions and behavior interact and affect the levels of conservation or use of valuable ecosystems. These reflections emerge from new theoretical developments and evidence gathered in the field and the lab regarding the behavior of humans facing the dilemma of ecosystems conservation.1 These developments and this evidence should yield some lessons for the design and monitoring of conservation projects, as well as lessons for the design of policy aimed at promoting conservation and sustainable use of local ecosystems. Further, there are direct implications on how we think the problem of property rights both at the de jure and de facto levels.

http://www.rff.org/Documents/08_Tropics_Conference/Tropics_Conference_Cardenas_Property_rights.pdf

 

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 Tropics_Conference_Cardenas_Property_rights.pdf