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A Neoliberal Anticommons – S15.4

As a preamble to some comments about multinational cooperation in Central Asia, the following is an excerpt from Chapter 9 of my book Governance and Social Leadership (Cape Breton University Press, 2014). As Bevir states it: “Global governance seeks not … Continue reading

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Anticommons and Environment – 6219-3

The notion of an anticommons was developed by Michael Heller in 1998 to describe occurrences of resource underutilization, as a consequence of the existence of too many parties with ownership rights to that resource. Since then, the concept has been … Continue reading

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