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by J.A. Baden,Richard Stroup
Recurrent and widespread dissatisfaction with the management of natural . Paperback: 148 pages.
All recognize that natural resources are administered in an inefficient and/or inequitable manner.
Bureaucratic mismanagement squanders scarce resources, deprives the nation of needed lumber, raises housing costs, and increases.
The battle lines over environmental issues seem to be clearly drawn. But according to Richard Stroup and John Baden, the environmentalists are on the wrong side. Private owners face economic incentives which are fundamentally different from the political incentives facing government bureaucrats. Bureaucratic mismanagement squanders scarce resources, deprives the nation of needed lumber, raises housing costs, and increases the number of acres that have to be cut to produce a given amount of lumber.
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Pacific Island Countries (PICs) are heavily dependent on natural resources and likely to remain so for the near future, making resource management an issue of critical importance for economic development.
Richard Stroup is a professor at Montana State University and is active in the . The Market vs. Bureaucratic Preservation of Resources. In analyzing such natural resource issues, it is critically important for us to consider the form and ownership of property rights in resources.
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