Marie Michael Library

Title

Community, collective action and common grazing: the case of post-socialist Mongolia

Author

Mearns, Robin

Description

This study examines the use of common grazing in the context of other aspects of pastoral livelihoods. The more a given group of herders find reason to cooperate with each other, the more likely they will overcome the transaction costs of using the commons. Decollectivization has seen the re-emergence of autonomous cooperation among herders.

File No

IDS-DP350

Agency

Institute of Development Studies (IDS)

Date

Mar-95

Subject(s)

Agriculture, Mongolia, Sustainable development

Pages

59

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