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Community formation and fisheries conservation in Southern Thailand


Community formation and fisheries conservation in Southern Thailand



Development and Change 32(5): 951-974



ISSN/ISBN: 0012-155X

DOI: 10.1111/1467-7660.00233

This article explores theories of community, common property and collective action by reflecting upon the management and enclosure of a coastal fishery in southern Thailand in 1995. Its aims are threefold. First, it explores the incentives that motivated villagers to support and enforce this common property regime. Second, it considers the issue of leadership, investigating why certain individuals were willing to bear considerable costs on behalf of the fishery, while others were not.

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