Wednesday, July 08, 2015
PUBLICATION: Collective Action within the Household: Insights from Natural Resource Management
Authors Cheryl Doss and Ruth Meinzen-Dick draw on the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework, based in the natural resource management literature, to explore the factors that encourage and inhibit collective action at the household level. The paper provides insights into how to understand collective action problems within the household as dynamic, multi-actor situations with outcomes that can be evaluated by multiple criteria, not just efficiency. The article is available open access here.
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