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Title Environmental Governance and Common Pool Resources : A Comparison of Fishery and Forestry.
Imprint Milton Routledge, 2017.
©2018.

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Edition 1st ed.
Description 1 online resource (318 pages).
Series Routledge Research in International Environmental Law Ser.
Routledge Research in International Environmental Law Ser.
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Subject Environmental law.
Contents Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of abbreviations -- Foreword -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Background -- 1.1.1 Governing environmental problems: an intertwined system of public and private regulation -- 1.1.2 Common-pool resources problems -- 1.2 Research questions and problem definition -- 1.3 Methodology -- 1.4 Structure -- 2 Common-pool resources, property rights and public and private regulation -- 2.1 Different property rights and institutional arrangements -- 2.1.1 Private property rights and the market -- 2.1.2 Public property rights and the state -- 2.1.3 Communal property rights and self-governing institutions -- 2.2 Refinements -- 2.3 The interaction between public and private regulation and their influence on the functioning of property rights -- 2.3.1 The interaction between public and private regulation -- 2.3.2 The influence of public private interaction on the functioning of various property rights -- 2.4 Case selection -- 3 Forestry -- 3.1 Introduction: forest problems and forest transition -- 3.2 Forest governance: international law, domestic law and private/hybrid regimes -- 3.2.1 International law -- 3.2.2 Domestic law -- 3.2.3 Private/hybrid regimes -- 3.3 The selection of countries -- 3.4 Case study: Indonesia -- 3.4.1 Environmental problem: deforestation -- 3.4.2 Good governance -- 3.4.3 Property rights as well as public and private regulation -- 3.4.4 The interaction between public and private regulation -- 3.4.5 How does the interacted system address deforestation? -- 3.4.6 Conclusion -- 3.5 Case study: Bolivia -- 3.5.1 Environmental problem: deforestation -- 3.5.2 Good governance -- 3.5.3 Property rights as well as public and private regulation -- 3.5.4 The interaction between public and private regulation -- 3.5.5 How does the interacted system address deforestation? -- 3.5.6 Conclusion.
3.6 Case study: North America -- 3.6.1 Th environmental problem: the health of riparian forests -- 3.6.2 Good governance -- 3.6.3 Property rights as well as public and private regulation -- 3.6.4 The interaction between public and private regulation -- 3.6.5 How does the interacted system influence riparian zone protection? -- 3.6.6 Conclusion -- 3.7 Case study: Sweden -- 3.7.1 Environmental problem: the loss of forest biodiversity -- 3.7.2 Good governance -- 3.7.3 Property rights as well as public and private regulation -- 3.7.4 The interaction between public and private regulation -- 3.7.5 How does the interacted system influence biodiversity protection? -- 3.7.6 Conclusion -- 3.8 Comparison and conclusion -- 3.8.1 Indonesia and Bolivia -- 3.8.2 North America and Sweden -- 3.8.3 Putting the pieces together -- 4 Fishery governance -- 4.1 Introduction: the status of fish resources -- 4.2 Fishery governance: international law, domestic law and private regimes -- 4.2.1 International law -- 4.2.2 Domestic law -- 4.2.3 Private regimes -- 4.3 The selection of countries -- 4.3.1 Characteristics of fishery governance -- 4.3.2 The choice of countries -- 4.4 Case study: South Africa -- 4.4.1 Fishery problems -- 4.4.2 Good governance -- 4.4.3 Property rights as well as public and private regulation -- 4.4.4 The protection of fishery resources in general -- 4.4.5 Interaction between public and private regulation -- 4.4.6 How does the interacted system address overfishing? -- 4.4.7 Conclusion -- 4.5 Case study: Mexico -- 4.5.1 Fishery problems -- 4.5.2 Good governance -- 4.5.3 Property rights as well as public and private regulation -- 4.5.4 The protection of small-scale fishery resources -- 4.5.5 Interaction between public and private regulation -- 4.5.6 How does the interacted system address overfishing? -- 4.5.7 Conclusion -- 4.6 Case study: New Zealand.
4.6.1 Fishery problems -- 4.6.2 Good governance -- 4.6.3 Property rights as well as public and private regulation -- 4.6.4 The protection of fisheries resources in general -- 4.6.5 Interaction between public and private regulation -- 4.6.6 How does the interacted system address overfishing? -- 4.6.7 Conclusion -- 4.7 Case study: Japan -- 4.7.1 Fishery problems -- 4.7.2 Good governance -- 4.7.3 Property rights as well as public and private regulation -- 4.7.4 How does the interacted system address overfishing? -- 4.7.5 Conclusion -- 4.8 Comparison and conclusion -- 4.8.1 The definition of property rights -- 4.8.2 Enforcement -- 4.8.3 Coordination -- 4.8.4 Information -- 4.8.5 Scale -- 4.8.6 Externalities -- 5 Comparative analysis -- 5.1 Summary of the case studies -- 5.1.1 Indonesia -- 5.1.2 Bolivia -- 5.1.3 North America (the US and Canada) -- 5.1.4 Sweden -- 5.1.5 South Africa -- 5.1.6 Mexico -- 5.1.7 New Zealand -- 5.1.8 Japan -- 5.2 Types of resources and corresponding property rights -- 5.2.1 Types of resources -- 5.2.2 Property rights -- 5.3 Public and private regulation -- 5.3.1 Public regulation -- 5.3.2 Private regulation -- 5.4 The interaction of public and private regulation -- 5.4.1 Standards -- 5.4.2 The role of the government -- 5.4.3 Complementarities between public and private regulation -- 5.4.4 Differences between public and private regulation -- 5.5 Preconditions for a proper functioning of property rights -- 5.5.1 Definition of property rights -- 5.5.2 Enforcement -- 5.5.3 Coordination -- 5.5.4 Information -- 5.5.5 Scale -- 5.5.6 Externalities -- 5.6 General trends -- 6 Concluding remarks -- 6.1 Starting points -- 6.2 Goal -- 6.3 Theoretical framework -- 6.4 Concluding observations -- 6.4.1 Relevance of the nature of the resource -- 6.4.2 The choice of property rights -- 6.4.3 Definition of property rights -- 6.4.4 Enforcement.
6.4.5 Coordination -- 6.4.6 Information -- 6.4.7 Scale -- 6.4.8 The need for government regulation -- 6.4.9 The role of private certification -- 6.4.10 Discrete design of decentralization and deregulation -- 6.4.11 Towards a smart interaction between public and private regulation -- 6.4.12 Tragedy of the commons and externalities -- 6.5 Context specificity -- 6.6 Limits -- 6.7 Further research -- References -- Index.
Other Author Mascini, Peter.
Liu, Jing.
Other Title Print version Faure, Michael Environmental Governance and Common Pool Resources : A Comparison of Fishery and Forestry Milton : Routledge,c2017 9781138049765