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The theory of the commons encompasses two interpretations: one based on ‘manifest customs’, whilst the other relates to ‘latent customs’. The former asserts that individuals behave as rational economic units, pursuing their own profit based on economic mechanisms, whilst social restrictions relating to the use of resources within communities act to...
In Ringyo keizai kenkyu (林業経済研究）
An important and progressive part of the forest policy regime in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) is its land and forest allocation program started in 1996, which contains critical elements that delegate the rights of land and forest use to local people. This study aims to analyse the gap between the initial concept of the program and its...
Gunung Halimun National Park represents one of the last significant areas of tropical rain forest in densely populated West Java, Indonesia. There is a diversity of rattans in the park and they, together with the sugara palm, Arenga pinnata, are intensively utilized by villagers living around and within the park boundary.
Local perspectives in protected area management
In The State of Environment in Asia
International Workshop on Climate Change and Forest Sector: Clean Development Mechanism in Tropical Countries, Seoul, Korea, 21-23 Sept. 2004
This study aims to identify the socio-economic and the institutional conditions leading to the success of a small-scale CDM project by comparing two case studies of plantation projects in a protection forest area in Lombok and a production forest area in East Java. It was not clear in Lombok who was involved in the project conducted by the local...
The "Slippage" Implementation of Forest Policies by Local Officials: A Case Study of the Protected Areas of Savannakhet Province in Lao P.D.R
The Proceeding of 1st International conference of Lao Studies