Creating Hybrid Property Regimes as a Means to Regulate Fisheries in Eastern Africa’s Lakes

A project by Ismael Vaccaro

In the project Creating Hybrid Property Regimes as a Means to Regulate Fisheries in Eastern Africa’s Lakes collective action and property theory, political economy, and ecological methodologies are combined to help redesign the institutions that manage fisheries in the lakes of Uganda and promote sustainable fishing practices. The goal is to identify social, ecological and institutional territorialities to assess the complexity and interdependence of fisheries as a network where people (economy), institutions (policy), and resources (ecology) interact.

 
 

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