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|Material Type:||Conference publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Pranab K Bardhan; Isha Ray
|Notes:||Outgrowth of a workshop held in Goa, India, in Aug. 2003 hosted by the Ford Foundation.|
|Description:||x, 289 p. ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Economists, anthropologists, and the contested commons / Pranab Bardhan and Isha Ray --
Managing the commons : the role of social norms and beliefs / Jean-Philippe Platteau --
Sustainable governance of common-pool resources : context, method, and politics / Arun Agrawal --
Cooperative conversations : outcomes and processes in economics and anthropology / Isha Ray --
Collective action, common property, and social capital in South India : an anthropological commentary / David Mosse --
Culture and power in the commons debate / Amita Baviskar --
Simple model of collective action / Rajiv Sethi and E. Somanathan --
Revisiting Demsetz : contextualizing community--
private ownership in Western India / Pranab Mukhopadhyay --
Scale and mobility in defining the commons / Vyjayanthi Rao and Arjun Appadurai --
Symbolic public goods and the coordination of collective action : a comparison of local development in India and Indonesia / Vijayendra Rao --
Interdisciplinarity as a three-way conversation : barriers and possibilities / Sharachchandra Lélé --
Feminism spoken here : epistemologies for interdisciplinary development research / Cecile Jackson --
Commentaries, Social norms and cooperative behavior : notes from the hinterland between economics and anthropology / Kaushik Basu --
Sociologists and economists on "the commons" / Erik Olin Wright --
CPR institutions : game-theory constructs and empirical relevance / Nirmal Sengupta --
Disciplinary perspectives and policy design for common-pool resources : some reflections / Kanchan Chopra --
Understanding common property resources and their management : a potential bridge across disciplinary divides? / A. Vaidyanathan --
And never the twain shall meet? : an exchange on the strengths and weaknesses of anthropology and economics in analyzing the commons / Ravi Kanbur and Annelise Riles.
|Responsibility:||edited by Pranab Bardhan and Isha Ray.|
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