Understanding property rights
AbstractThe authors describe property rights as "overlapping 'bundles' of rights", which can be grouped as "use rights" and "control or decisionmaking rights". The authors then explain the concept of legal pluralism or many sources of rights and the implications for property rights. from Text.
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Property rights ; Decision-making ; Legal pluralism ; Collective action ;
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