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In this paper we use a case study of the Rhine River to examine the relevance of Common Pool Resource (CPR) Theory for two conditions in which it has not

In this paper we use a case study of the Rhine River to examine the relevance of Common Pool Resource (CPR) Theory for two conditions in which it has not been extensively tested: large scale international water management and pollution problems. For that purpose, we link variation in pollution abatement to a set of explanatory variables proposed by CPR theory. Causal inference is established through process tracing and a series of within-case comparison across actor groups (i.e. riparian nations, industry, and agriculture), resource types (i.e.

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    Villamayor-Tomas, Sergio, Fleischman, Forrest D., Ibarra, Irene Perez, Thiel, Andreas, & van Laerhoven, Frank (2014). From Sandoz to Salmon: Conceptualizing resource and institutional dynamics in the Rhine watershed through the SES framework. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE COMMONS, 8(2), 361-395. http://www.thecommonsjournal.org/index.php/ijc/article/view/URN:NBN:NL:…

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