Community Management of inland Fisheries in India and Bangladesh

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Community Management of inland Fisheries in India and Bangladesh. / Ahmad, Alia.

Concept Publishing Company, India, 2009.

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Ahmad, A 2009, Community Management of inland Fisheries in India and Bangladesh. Concept Publishing Company, India.

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Ahmad, A. (Accepterad/under tryckning). Community Management of inland Fisheries in India and Bangladesh. Concept Publishing Company, India.

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Ahmad A 2009. Community Management of inland Fisheries in India and Bangladesh. Concept Publishing Company, India.

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Ahmad, Alia Community Management of inland Fisheries in India and Bangladesh Concept Publishing Company, India. 2009.

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Ahmad A. Community Management of inland Fisheries in India and Bangladesh. Concept Publishing Company, India, 2009.

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Ahmad, Alia. / Community Management of inland Fisheries in India and Bangladesh. Concept Publishing Company, India, 2009.

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TY - BOOK

T1 - Community Management of inland Fisheries in India and Bangladesh

AU - Ahmad, Alia

PY - 2009

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N2 - Inland fisheries have the characteractics of common-pool resources such as joint consumption and subtractability of resource flows. This creates problems of management either by state authorities or private owners. In recent years, community-based fisheries management projects have become widespread in developing countries and shown considerable success. This book deals with community-based fisheries management (CBFM) in Bangladesh and a fisher cooperative (TMS) in Madhya Pradesh, India. It focuses on the impact of community management on efficiency in resource use, well-being of the poor and sustainability of the resource base.It further investiges the role of external agents in promoting sustainable community institutions.

AB - Inland fisheries have the characteractics of common-pool resources such as joint consumption and subtractability of resource flows. This creates problems of management either by state authorities or private owners. In recent years, community-based fisheries management projects have become widespread in developing countries and shown considerable success. This book deals with community-based fisheries management (CBFM) in Bangladesh and a fisher cooperative (TMS) in Madhya Pradesh, India. It focuses on the impact of community management on efficiency in resource use, well-being of the poor and sustainability of the resource base.It further investiges the role of external agents in promoting sustainable community institutions.

KW - common-pool respources

KW - social capital

KW - NGOs

KW - CBOs

M3 - Book

BT - Community Management of inland Fisheries in India and Bangladesh

PB - Concept Publishing Company, India

ER -