Collective Action Continued

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Collective Action Continued OSTROM'S’ “GOVERNING’THE’COMMONS" ’ -’ Scholarly’debate’is’missing’a’theory’whereby’people’ “can’organize’them -’ selves’ voluntarily’to’reta in’the’residuals’of’their’own’eff ort".’ -’ Common’response’to’common -pool’resource’problem’are’privatization’or’the’state -’ Ostrom’provides’many’examples’of’successfull’exploitation’of’common’re -’ sources’by’ communities’ -’ Communities’may’hav e’an’advantage’over’the’state’due’to’superior’knowl -’ edge’and’ monitoring’capability ’ -’ Need’clearly’identifable’boundaries,’confl ict’resolution’mechanisms,’moni toring’ -’ Privatization’orvthe’state’may’destroy’existing’institution’that’evolved’over’time’to’ sustain’cooperation ’ RECIPROCITY AND COOPERATION Repeated’games ’
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