Property 'owners' without rights? Exploring property relations and access in the Herlen Bayan-Ulaan reserve pasture area of Mongolia
Many analysts consider that Land degradation in Mongolia is in part the result of overgrazing. Many have argued that this is due to the absence of property rights or the inability of formal pastoral institutions to regulate access to pastureland as common pool resources (CPR). Consequently, both national and international development agencies have attempted to strengthen local pastoral institutions by implementing policies that are based on market-based land reform and community-based natural...[Show more]
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