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Conserving Tropical Biodiversity amid Weak Institutions

by Shreya Mehta last modified Jan 10, 2013 11:52 AM
Contributors: Christopher Barrett, Katrina Brandon, Clark Gibson and Heidi Guertsen

Tropical biodiversity conservation has changed radically over the past generation. Until the early 1980s, convential wisdom held that central governments should manage all conservation efforts in developing countries. This article addresses the broad question of where decisionmaking authority for tropical-biodiversity conservation should lie. In so doing, we advance flour claims.

Author(s): Christopher Barrett, Katrina Brandon, Clark Gibson and Heidi Guertsen

Publication Date: 2001

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