Environment and History
Environment and History 3(1997): 323-342
Historical evidence is often used in contemporary debates about future policy to promote particular ideological positions on the role that common property regimes should play. This paper examines these positions and argues that common property regimes in the Indian Himalayas historically provided only one of an interdependent set of production strategies.
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