Local Institutions and Common-Pool Grazing Management in Post-Socialist Mongolia

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1993
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"This paper offers a preliminary analysis of the institutional matrix at local level for managing common-pool grazing in Mongolia, and how this has been critically influenced by macro-level political and economic transitions at several key historical moments. The principal concern is with the contemporary context. In order to understand this however, it is necessary to examine the historical evolution of pastoral institutions under previous state formations: from feudalism (late 17th century to 1921) through socialism (1921-89), and now (just to frustrate Marxist theory) to capitalism."
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grazing, pastoralism, indigenous institutions, collective action
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