Routledge research in international environmental law.
This book analyses the drivers of specific common pool resource problems, particularly in fisheries and forestry, examining the way in which private and public regulation have intervened to fight the common pool resource problem by contributing to the establishment and maintenance of property rights. It focuses on the various forms of regulation that have been put in place to protect fisheries and forestry over the past decades--both from a theoretical as well as from a policy perspective--comparing the concrete interaction of legal and policy instruments in eight separate jurisdictions.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter 1 Introduction chapter 2 Common-pool resources, property rights and public and private regulation chapter 3 Forestry chapter 4 Fishery governance chapter 5 Comparative analysis chapter 6 Concluding remarks.