Part II: The feasibility of local-level resource management: an empirical assessment

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10. Were people traditionally conservationists?

10.1 The romantic view: A first appraisal
10.2 An interpretative analysis of the available evidence
10.3 Conclusion

11. Recent changes affecting collective action at village level

11.1 State regulations of resource use: their nature and drawbacks
11.2 Other recent changes on the rural scene
11.3 Conclusion: A tentative appraisal of on-going processes

12. Conditions for successful collective action: Insights from field experiences

12.1 A general overview
12.2 The problem of economic incentives
12.3 The twin issues of group size and homogeneity
12.4 The rationale and characteristics of sanction systems
12.5 The role of tradition
12.6 Conclusion

13. Co-management as a new approach to regulation of common property resources

13.1 Enlarging the range of regulation modes
13.2 The broad nature of co-management arrangements or contracts
13.3 Co-management at work
13.4 Conclusion

General Conclusion