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Transformation of resource management institutions under globalization : The case of Songgye community forests in South Korea

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  • Transformation of resource management institutions under globalization
  • Yu, David J.; Anderies, John M.; Lee, Dowon; Perez, Irene
  • Arizona State University


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Title Transformation of resource management institutions under globalization
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The case of Songgye community forests in South Korea

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Yu, David J.; Anderies, John M.; Lee, Dowon; Perez, Irene

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[Arizona] : Arizona State University

Date 2013-04
Series Title; No Center for the Study of Institutional Diversity (CSID) Working Paper Series / CSID-2013-005
Pages 27
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
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Abstract

The context in which many self-governing commons systems operate will likely be significantly altered as globalization processes play out over the next few decades. Such dramatic changes will induce some systems to fail and subsequently transform rather than merely adapt. Despite this foreseeable trend, the research on globalization-induced transformations of social-ecological systems (SESs) is still underexplored. This study seeks to help fill this gap by exploring patterns of transformation in SESs and the question of what factors help explain the persistence of cooperation in the use of common-pool resources through transformative change. (The rest omitted)