Beyond Mobility: The Role Of Fuzzy Access Rights And Common Property Considerations In Semi-Arid African Pastoralist Systems
We model the ill-defined nature of grazing access using fuzzy set theory. We also model common property considerations. Within this framework, we examine when the traditional system results in higher returns and/or lower variance for herders than land privatization or a standard common property regime.
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