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Bargaining over common property resources: applying the Coase Theorem to red deer in the Scottish Highlands

Discussion Paper in Economics Department of Economics, University of Stirling ( 94/2): 17pp.
Bargaining over common property resources: applying the Coase Theorem to red deer in the Scottish Highlands
The effects of the rising Red deer (Cervus elaphus) population constitute one of the principal environmental problems facing nature conservation agencies in Scotland. These problems relate both to damages to the ecological value of moorland and to costs imposed on other land users, typically forest owners and farmers.

Accession: 002308214

DOI: 10.1016/s0301-4797(95)90337-2

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