A selection of Daniel W. Bromley's theoretical and empirical papers on economic development and environmental problems in the developing world. This book emphasizes the institutional dimensions of the environment and development problem, paying particular attention to the role of property regimes in understanding the causes and consequences of environmental degradation. Bromley addresses the conceptual and empirical issues of alternative property rights, institutions and incentives as they relate to environmental resources. He sheds light on the problems faced by governments in the developing world as they struggle with the twin challenges of poverty and resource degradation. Particular attention is given to the policy implications and policy formulation of the issues under discussion.
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