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Property in land and other resources

Author: Daniel H Cole; Elinor Ostrom
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, ©2012.
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"Over the past several years, much has been written about property rights in land and natural resources by scholars in many disciplines including economics, political science, history, and law. This book, based on a 2010 Lincoln Institute conference, addresses the tendency in social science literature to oversimplify the concept of property rights by assuming that only two or three forms of property rights are  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel H Cole; Elinor Ostrom
ISBN: 9781558442214 1558442219
OCLC Number: 741751411
Description: x, 492 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Foreword / Douglass C. North --
Introduction / Daniel H. Cole, Elinor Ostrom --
Property systems. Opportunities and limits for the evolution of property rights institutions / Thráinn Eggertsson --
Variety of property systems and rights in natural resources / Daniel H. Cole, Elinor Ostrom --
California gold rush. Gold rush legacy : American minerals and the knowledge economy / Karen Clay, Gavin Wright --
Commentary / Peter Z. Grossman --
Gold rushes are all the same : labor rules and the diggings / Andrea G. McDowell --
Commentary / Mark T. Kanazawa --
Air. Property creation by regulation : rights to clean air and rights to pollute / Daniel Cole --
Commentary / Wallace E. Oates --
Rights to pollute : assessment of tradable permits for air pollution / Nives Dolšak --
Commentary / Shi-Ling Hsu --
Wildlife. Who owns endangered species? / Jason F. Shogren, Gregory M. Parkhurst --
Commentary / James Wilson --
Enclosing the Fishery Commons : from individuals to communities / Bonnie J. McCay --
Commentary / Anthony Scott --
Land and water. Evolution of zoning since the 1980s : the persistence of localism / William A. Fischel --
Commentary / Robert C. Ellickson --
Psychological entitlement, reference levels, and valuation disparities : the case of Native American land ownership / C. Leigh Anderson, Richard O. Zerbe --
Commentary / John A. Bagen --
Playing by different rules? Property rights in land and water / Richard A. Epstein --
Commentary / Henry E. Smith --
Political analysis of property rights / William Blomquist --
Commentary / Edella C. Schlager --
Water rights and markets in the U.S. semiarid West : efficiency and equity issues / Gary D. Libecap --
Commentary / Lee J. Alston --
Global commons issues. Climate change : the ultimate tragedy of the commons? / Jouni Paavola --
Commentary / V. Kerry Smith --
Sinking states / Katrina Miriam Wyman --
Commentary / Richard A. Barnes.
Responsibility: edited by Daniel H. Cole and Elinor Ostrom.

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"Over the past several years, much has been written about property rights in land and natural resources by scholars in many disciplines including economics, political science, history, and law. This book, based on a 2010 Lincoln Institute conference, addresses the tendency in social science literature to oversimplify the concept of property rights by assuming that only two or three forms of property rights are appropriate for the effective use and conservation of resources. Instead it focuses on recent developments in our understanding of how various property systems are applied to and affect the use of scarce natural resources. The chapters explore the multiple aspects of diverse resources in the design and implementation of property rights systems. The volume also includes a foreword by Douglass C. North and a keynote chapter by Thráinn Eggertsson, who discusses issues related to property rights institutions and the environment using six case studies from his native Iceland, where relatively simple and transparent institutions are ideal for identifying social regularities with general applicability. The topics addressed in the other chapters and accompanying commentaries include: the nature and variety of existing property systems; new thinking about the California gold rush; the role of psychological entitlement in property allocation; evolving property regimes governing fisheries; the evolution of zoning; attributes of property regimes governing water resources; the nature of property rights in tradable pollution permits; how regulations sometimes create property; and mechanisms for ameliorating property conflicts that arise from the presence of endangered species on privately owned lands."--Publisher's website.

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