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The Evolution of Resource Property Rights
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This book reacts to an economic literature which relies on theory to explain property rights. To correct this truistic approach the book traces the actual evolution. 2 Jun This book traces the development of the standard property rights over five kinds of natural resource - inland rivers, ocean fisheries, petroleum. 12 May Previous article in issue: A History of Econometrics in France: From nature to The Evolution of Resource Property Rights - By Anthony Scott.
The Evolution of Resource Property. Rights. By ANTHONY SCOTT. Oxford and New York: Oxford University. Press, Pp. , bibliographical references. 18 Dec Full-Text Paper (PDF): The Evolution of Resource Property Rights - By Anthony Scott. 1 Apr The Evolution of Resource Property Rights. By Scott Anthony. New York: Oxford University Press, xii + pp. Figures, bibliography.
25 Mar By Roderick Duncan; The Evolution of Resource Property Rights - By Anthony Scott. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Scott, Anthony, ; Format: Book; xii, p. ; 25 cm. It is a historical study of the evolution of property rights. Property rights Scott then turns to examining property rights for specific resources. He looks at three. 6 Mar For studies of the evolutionary theory of property rights in resource values, many Third World property systems remain plagued by. property in respect of the regulation of natural resources impacts on the answers to . Chapter seven returns to the oceans theme and deals with the evolution.
These forces will invariably destabilize governance and property rights regimes, spur the evolution of both statutory and customary tenure arrangements, and. Property in land and other resources / edited by Daniel H. Cole and Elinor . property rights as a natural, evolutionary response to increasing demand for scarce. For legal scholars, the evolution of property rights has been a topic in search of a . is held in common by all, any commoner who exploits the resource gains. The thesis put forth in his article is. "that the emergence of new property rights takes place in response to new benefit-cost possibilities" as resource values.