◆Interaction of economic incentives and social mechanisms affect the performance of institutions governing resources (Ch. 3).

External Environment

◆Development in computer and information technology decreases monitoring costs and thereby improves institutional performance (Ch. 6).

◆Not the market but the rapid change that accompanies market penetration is the reason for destabilizing traditional commons institutions (Ch. 12).

Interaction among Factors

◆The emergence of common-pool resource institutions depends on collective-choice/rule-in-use and features of both the resources in question and their users (Ch. 11 and Ch. 2).

Compiled with the help of: T.K. Ahn, Jianxun Wang, Oyebade Kunle Oyerinde, Paul Aligica, Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University.



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