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Moving Borders and Invisible Boundaries

a Force Field Approach to Property Relations in the Commons of a Mexican ejido

This chapter presents an analysis of property relations in the common lands of an ejido in Western Mexico. In contrast to the arable land, which was immediately divided into individual plots, the mountainous lands that ejidos received during the Mexican land reform remained under communal regimes of governance. In many cases no formal regulation for the use of these commons was made. In the study that is presented in this chapter, we examine what happened with these common lands in one ejido, La Canoa, in Western Mexico. We show how property relations developed over time in a situation where no explicit rules were ever formulated.

Moving Borders and Invisible Boundariesa Force Field Approach to Property Relations in the Commons of a Mexican ejidoMonique Nuijten and David LorenzoThis chapter presents an analysis of property relations in the common lands of an ejido in Weste
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