Leadership on the Commons: Wealth Distribution, Co-Provision and Service Delivery

Kurian, Mathew and Dietz, Ton, (2013). Leadership on the Commons: Wealth Distribution, Co-Provision and Service Delivery. Journal of Development Studies, 49(11), 1532-1547

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    Author Kurian, Mathew
    Dietz, Ton
    Title Leadership on the Commons: Wealth Distribution, Co-Provision and Service Delivery
    Appearing in Journal of Development Studies
    Volume 49
    Issue No. 11
    Publication Date 2013
    Place of Publication London
    Publisher Routledge
    Start page 1532
    End page 1547
    Language eng
    Abstract There has been a long running debate among public choice theorists on the effects of heterogeneity on collective action. Our longitudinal study leads us to conclude that collective action outcomes are shaped not simply by the attributes of heterogeneity themselves but by the processes by which those attributes interact over-time with the bio-physical and institutional environment. From a methodological point of view how one integrates conceptualization of forms of heterogeneity with recognition of their axis of influence; themselves dependent upon attributes of field-level situations is crucial for analysis of collective action. These findings have public policy implications for targeting of poor and non-poor resource users and management of environmental feedback loops.
    Keyword Heterogeneity
    Collective Action
    Copyright Holder The Authors
    Copyright Year 2013
    Copyright type Creative commons
    DOI 10.1080/00220388.2013.822068
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