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Summary

The Politics and Economics of Park Management examines national protected area systems, in both developed and developing countries, that have made a transformation from fortress parks to a sustainable use model. The contributors-park management, academics, and members of nongovernmental organizations-contend that successful institutional change in protected area systems involves not only the adoption of appropriate legal and regulatory regimes covering sustainable use, but also the development of an informal culture of sustainable resource use among all of a park's stakeholders.

Table of Contents

List of Tables and Figures
vii
Preface ix
Acknowledgments xi
Introduction: Parks, Politics, and Property Rights xiii
Terry L. Anderson
Alexander James
Part I: Theoretical Approach
An Institutional Approach to Protected Area Management Performance
3(28)
Stephanie Presber James
Part II: Applications: Successful Park Institutions
The Natal Parks Board Experience in Southern Africa
31(12)
George R. Hughes
Back to the Future to Save Our Parks
43(26)
Donald R. Leal
Holly Lippke Fretwell
Sustainable Financing for Protected Areas in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean
69(20)
Alexander James
Sam Kanyamibwa
Michael J. B. Green
Preserving Institutional and Ecological Diversity in Argentina's Protected Area System
89(18)
Javier Beltran
Alexander James
Mariano L. Merino
Part III: Opportunities for Institutional Change
Contracting Out at Parks Canada: Employee Takeovers
107(20)
Christopher Bruce
New Management Strategies for Kruger National Park
127(12)
Michael J. 't Sas-Rolfes
Peter W. Fearnhead
A Trust Approach to the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
139(20)
Terry L. Anderson
Holly Lippke Fretwell
Parks Are for People---But Which People?
159(24)
Karl Hess Jr.
Index 183(8)
About the Contributors 191

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