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Common Interest Tragedies

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Type: Journal Article
Author: Fennell, Lee Anne
Journal: Northwestern University Law Review
Volume: 98
Page(s): 907-990
Date: 2004
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10535/5324
Sector: Information & Knowledge
Theory
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Subject(s): anticommons
property rights
tragedy of the commons
game theory
prisoner's dilemma
Abstract: "No one working in property theory can ignore the anticommons. This upstart doppelgänger of the commons began its intellectual life as an imaginary regime in which everyone had the power to prevent everyone else from using a particular resource. Michael Heller’s subsequent construction of a recognizable category of 'anticommons property' corresponding to situations in lived experience represented an important advance in the property lexicon that sparked a surge of scholarly interest."

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