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Jun 14, 2011


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Travis Greene

This seems less about regulation vs market and more about local vs nonlocal.

Michael Kruse

Seems to me that centralized authority permitted property rights at the local. That means local owners have an incentive to nurture and develop the resource while controlling consumption. That is the market aspect. It creates incentives where there were none.

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