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This special issue explores the idea of commons, placing it in a theoretical but also richly empirical context. In this introductory article, we highlight the depth and diversity of the scholarship on commons represented in this issue. Drawing from the articles that follow, we examine a range of...
The development of a rigorous basis for what it means to be public in rural space depends in large part on the distinctive language and ideas of access and commons. Understandings of rural space that inform policy-making are peculiarly dominated by the rhetorical and political power of private...
Key fish stocks off the West African coast are currently overexploited, raising biological alarm-bells and threatening the socioeconomic well-being of regional inhabitants. International law obliges states to cooperate towards the sustainable use of fisheries in all waters, as reflected in the...
What can the concept of `the commons' lend to cultural property and heritage analysis? How can it be applied to these areas, if one looks beyond the protection of solely `natural' resources such as land (although `land', as a highly regulated substrate bearing a plethora of significations and...
Although considerable research has been conducted into the dynamics of commons in rural settings, we still know very little about common property within cities. Given the hegemony of certain models of property, the urban commons has been overlooked and ignored. Urban commons do not look like...
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