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de National research council (Etats-Unis)Committee on the human dimensions of global change. (aut.).
Collation: 1 vol. (XI-521 p.) : couv. ill. ; 23 cm.Édition: Washington (D.C.) : National Academy Press, 2002.ISBN: 0309082501 (br).Contenu: The Drama of the Commons / Thomas Dietz, Nives Dolsak, Elinor Ostrom and Paul C. Stern (p.3-35) -- Part I - Resource users, Resources Systems, and Behavior in the Drama of the Commons (p.37-39) -- Common Resources and Institutional Sustainability / Arun Agrawal (p.41-85) -- Unequal Irrigators: Heterogeneity and Commons Management in Large-Scale Multivariate Research / Pranab Bardhan and Jeff Dayton-Jnhson (p.87-111) -- Factors Influencing Cooperation in Commons Dilemnas: A Review of Experimental Psychological Research / Shirli Kopelman, J. Mark Weber, and David M. Messick (p.113-156) -- Appropriating the Commons: A Theoretical Explanation / Armin Falk, Ernst Fehr, and Urs Fischbacher (p.157-191) -- Part II - Privatization and its limitations (p.193-195) -- The Tradable Permits Approach to Protecting the Commons: What Have We Learned ? / Tom Tietenberg (p.197-232) -- Common Property, Regulatory Property, and Environmental Protection: Comparing Community-Based Management to Tradable Environmental Allowances / Carol M. Rose (p.233-257) -- Part III - Cross-Scale Linkages and Dynamic Interactions (p.259-261) -- Institutional Interplay: The Environmental Consequences of Cross-Scale Interactions / Oran R. Young (p.263-291) -- Cross-Scale Institutional Linkages: Perspectives from the bottom Up / Fikret Berkes (p.293-321) -- Part IV - Emerging Issues (p.323-325) -- Scientific Uncertainty, Complex Systems, and the Design of Common-Pool Institutions / James Wilson (p.327-359) -- Emergence of Institutions for the Commons: Contexts, Situations, and Events / Bonnie J. McCay (p.361-402) -- An Evolutionary Theory of Commons Managment / Peter J. Richerson, Robert Boyd, and Brian Paciotti (p.403-442) -- Conclusion : Knowledge and Questions After 15 Years of Research / Paul C. Stern, Thomas Dietz, Nives Dolsak, Elinor Ostrom, and Susan Stonich (p.445-486)The "tragedy of the commons" is a central concept in human ecology and the study of the environment. It has had tremendous value for stimulating research, but it only describes the reality of human-environment interactions in special situations. Research over the past 30 years has helped clarify how human motivations, rules governing access to resources, the structure of social organizations, and the resource systems themselves interact to determine whether or not the many dramas of the commons end happily. In this book, leaders in the field review the evidence from several disciplines and many lines of research and present a state-of-the-art assessment. They summarize lessons learned and identify the major challenges facing any system of governance for resource management. They also highlight the major challenges for the next decade: making knowledge development more systematic; understanding institutions dynamically; considering a broader range of resources (such as global and technological commons); and taking into account the effects of social and historical context. The Drama of the Commons will be a valuable and accessible introduction to the field for students and a resource for advanced researchers.Sujet RAMEAU: Biens communaux | Développement durable | Gestion des ressources naturelles | Choix collectif | Ressources naturelles communales | Commons | Natural resources Management | Sustainable developmentThématique: Environnement, milieu et ressources naturelles | Aménagement, grands travaux | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Institutions | Projet de développement | Ressources naturelles | Adaptation au milieu | Politique environnementale | Environnement | Aménagement et gestion du territoire | Communauté | Développement durable | Changement socialType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'Amériques
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The Drama of the Commons / Thomas Dietz, Nives Dolsak, Elinor Ostrom and Paul C. Stern (p.3-35) -- Part I - Resource users, Resources Systems, and Behavior in the Drama of the Commons (p.37-39) -- Common Resources and Institutional Sustainability / Arun Agrawal (p.41-85) -- Unequal Irrigators: Heterogeneity and Commons Management in Large-Scale Multivariate Research / Pranab Bardhan and Jeff Dayton-Jnhson (p.87-111) -- Factors Influencing Cooperation in Commons Dilemnas: A Review of Experimental Psychological Research / Shirli Kopelman, J. Mark Weber, and David M. Messick (p.113-156) -- Appropriating the Commons: A Theoretical Explanation / Armin Falk, Ernst Fehr, and Urs Fischbacher (p.157-191) -- Part II - Privatization and its limitations (p.193-195) -- The Tradable Permits Approach to Protecting the Commons: What Have We Learned ? / Tom Tietenberg (p.197-232) -- Common Property, Regulatory Property, and Environmental Protection: Comparing Community-Based Management to Tradable Environmental Allowances / Carol M. Rose (p.233-257) -- Part III - Cross-Scale Linkages and Dynamic Interactions (p.259-261) -- Institutional Interplay: The Environmental Consequences of Cross-Scale Interactions / Oran R. Young (p.263-291) -- Cross-Scale Institutional Linkages: Perspectives from the bottom Up / Fikret Berkes (p.293-321) -- Part IV - Emerging Issues (p.323-325) -- Scientific Uncertainty, Complex Systems, and the Design of Common-Pool Institutions / James Wilson (p.327-359) -- Emergence of Institutions for the Commons: Contexts, Situations, and Events / Bonnie J. McCay (p.361-402) -- An Evolutionary Theory of Commons Managment / Peter J. Richerson, Robert Boyd, and Brian Paciotti (p.403-442) -- Conclusion : Knowledge and Questions After 15 Years of Research / Paul C. Stern, Thomas Dietz, Nives Dolsak, Elinor Ostrom, and Susan Stonich (p.445-486)

The "tragedy of the commons" is a central concept in human ecology and the study of the environment. It has had tremendous value for stimulating research, but it only describes the reality of human-environment interactions in special situations. Research over the past 30 years has helped clarify how human motivations, rules governing access to resources, the structure of social organizations, and the resource systems themselves interact to determine whether or not the many dramas of the commons end happily. In this book, leaders in the field review the evidence from several disciplines and many lines of research and present a state-of-the-art assessment. They summarize lessons learned and identify the major challenges facing any system of governance for resource management. They also highlight the major challenges for the next decade: making knowledge development more systematic; understanding institutions dynamically; considering a broader range of resources (such as global and technological commons); and taking into account the effects of social and historical context. The Drama of the Commons will be a valuable and accessible introduction to the field for students and a resource for advanced researchers.

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