Abstract: Cases from Peru and Bolivia show that decentralization has an ambiguous effect on forest cover change. However, polycentric governance, which is equally common in decentralized and centralized regimes, has a stronger, positive effect on forest conservation in decentralized settings.
Author(s): Wright, Glenn D.
Source(s): , 35 p., ill., graphs, tabs draft
Published: 2012 International society for new institutional economics (ISNIE)], [Paris (English