The contested commons

conversations between economists and anthropologists
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Blackwell Pub. , Malden, MA
Commons., Natural resources, Communal., Communication in international relations., Economic anthropology., Developing countries $x Economic condit
Statementedited by Pranab Bardhan and Isha Ray.
ContributionsBardhan, Pranab K., Ray, Isha.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD1286 .C66 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 289 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19429197M
ISBN 139781405157162
LC Control Number2007033295

The Contested Commons explores the theme of common resources from the perspective of two disciplines that are often considered to have the greatest disparity in the social sciences: Economics and Anthropology.

Written by senior scholars in economics, anthropology, and sociology, this volume focuses on the methodological Brand: Wiley-Interscience.

Contested Commons is an edited volume featuring five chapters and The contested commons book capstone piece on the future of American power in the sea, air, space and cyberspace.

Authors include CNAS Fellow Abraham M. Denmark, Dr. James Mulvenon, Frank Hoffman, CNAS Military Fellow Lt Col Kelly Martin (USAF), Oliver Fritz, Eric Sterner, Dr.

Greg Rattray, Chris Evans, Jason Healey, and CNAS Senior Fellow Price: $ The Contested Commons explores the theme of common environmental resources from the dual perspectives of economics and anthropology, with a focus on developing countries.

Contributed readings written by senior scholars in the fields of Economics, Anthropology, and Sociology Looks at the challenges of interdisciplinary work in the social sciences, illustrating the variation in approaches. The global commons sea, airspace, space and cyberspace form the backbone of the international economy and political order in ways that few appreciate or realize.

The Contested Commons capstone report, authored by CNAS Fellow Abraham M. Denmark and Dr. James Mulvenon, provides an overview of the future of American power in a multipolar s: Dr. James Mulvenon, Abraham M. Denmark.

The Contested Commons explores the theme of common environmental resources from the dual perspectives of economics and anthropology, with a focus on developing countries. Contributed readings written by senior scholars in the fields of Economics, Anthropology, and Sociology; Looks at the challenges of interdisciplinary work in the social sciences, illustrating the variation in approaches.

Abstract. The Commons, the area surrounding and including the present-day location of City Hall in lower Manhattan, has been an intensely contested landscape since the seventeenth century. The non-elite inhabitants of New Amsterdam, and later New York City, claimed this unappropriated land as a Commons in the traditional medieval sense, Cited by: The contested commons book Contested Floodplain tells the story of institutional changes in the management of common pool resources (pasture, wildlife, and fisheries) among Ila and Balundwe agro-pastoralists and Batwa fishermen in the Kafue Flats, in southern Zambia.

It explains how and why a once rich floodplain area, managed under local common property regimes, becomes a poor man’s place and a degraded Brand: Lexington Books. The Contested Commons explores the theme of common environmental resources from the perspective of two disciplines that are often considered to be far apart: economics and anthropology.

Written by senior scholars in economics, anthropology, sociology, and political science, this volume focuses on methodological and epistemological approaches to. The consequences of a shift in the international system that opens the global commons for other state and non-state actors to pursue their interests—and perhaps credibly threaten America's use of these domains—are likely to be profound, posing challenges to U.S.

security strategy and defense planning. Contested Commons: The Future of American Power in a Multipolar World Edited by Abraham M. Denmark and Dr. James Mulvenon Contributing Authors: Abraham M.

Denmark, Dr. James Mulvenon, Frank Hoffman, Lt Col Kelly Martin (USAF), Oliver Fritz, Eric Sterner, Dr. Greg Rattray, Chris Evans, Jason Healey, Robert D. Kaplan.

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The world is undergoing a profound and lasting shift in the relative balance of power among nations. Welcome to the Contested Common Land section of the website. The Contested Common Land Project ran from February to January Information and resources created by the project are archived on the Contested Common Land ‘Case Studies’, ‘Archived News & Events’, ‘Archived Papers’ and ‘LandNote’ pages.

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The Contested Commons explores the theme of common environmental resources from the dual perspectives of economics and anthropology, with a focus on developing countries. As the contested commons of cyberspace, geospace, space, and aquaspace offer each nation as many opportunities as they do challenges, the coming clash brings critical security risks for the future of humanity.

Introduction. The contested commons are growing in number and nature. The Contested Floodplain: Institutional Change of the Commons in the Kafue Flats, Zambia. The Contested Floodplain tells the story of institutional changes in the management of common pool resources (pasture, wildlife, and fisheries) among Ila and Balundwe agro-pastoralists and Batwa fishermen in the Kafue Flats, in southern Zambia.

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The fledgling city of Denver was established and the Colorado gold rush was on.4/5.

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Editorial Reviews. The Contested Floodplain is the most detailed analysis to date of the impact of external institutional changes on the population and environment of an African floodplain. Starting with analysis of the cultural and socio-economic systems of pre-colonial herders, fishers, and farmers living on Zambia’s Kafue Flats, Pages: This new book draws on the Contested Common Land team’s research findings, following three years of intensive research.

It explores legal, cultural and environmental aspects of common land governance in England and Wales since   Michèle Flournoy and Shawn Brimley, “The Contested Commons,” U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol.

No. 7 (July ). Two officials from the Office of the Secretary of Defense look at a changing and challenging world and what it means for the future of American power.

The Rise of Victimhood Culture: Microaggressions, Safe Spaces, and the New Culture Wars, is a book by sociologists Bradley Campbell and Jason Manning. The book began as an academic journal article, Microaggression and Moral Cultures.

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Ray. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing Ltd. This first chapter authored by Bardhan and Isha (the book’s editors) explores the characteristics and application of economics and anthropology to the problem of understanding, developing.

The poll-book of the contested election for the county of Northumberland, from June 20th to July 6th,including a complete collection of the addresses and speeches of the candidates, &c 0.

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AHRC Contested Common Land Project: Universities of Newcastle and Lancaster Please note: this is a working paper which will be revised and expanded during the course of the project. Please do not quote or reproduce sections of this paper without contacting the Contested Common Land project Size: KB.

Antilegomena, a direct transliteration of the Greek ἀντιλεγόμενα, refers to written texts whose authenticity or value is disputed.

Eusebius in his Church History (c. ) used the term for those Christian scriptures that were "disputed", literally "spoken against", in Early Christianity before the closure.

In the playhouses of eighteenth-century France, clerks and students, soldiers and merchants, and the occasional aristocrat stood in the pit, while the majority of the elite sat in loges. These denizens of the parterre, who accounted for up to two-thirds of the audience, were given to disruptive behavior that culminated in full-scale riots in the last years before the Revolution.3/5(1).

The poll book of the contested election for the northern division of the county of Northumberland, takenincluding the addresses and authentic papers issued by the candidates [&c.].

To which is added an appendix, containing an account of the elections of knights of the shire returned for the counties of Northumberland sincewith."Contesting the Commons is one of the best books that I have read on the politics of land and social order in Africa.

Lesorogol offers a creative and nuanced approach to questions of property rights and social norms. It is the only book that I know of that really examines the causes, processes, and outcomes of institutional change with.Citation: Said A, Tzanopoulos J and MacMillan D () The Contested Commons: The Failure of EU Fisheries Policy and Governance in the Mediterranean and the Crisis Enveloping the Small-Scale Fisheries of Malta.

Front. Mar. Sci. doi: /fmars Received: 02 May ; Accepted: 07 August ; Published: 06 September Cited by: 5.