This chapter discusses the most significant findings or propositions of this study on managing village or local resources, and their policy implications. Given the variety of situations that can occur in the field, researchers play a key role in determining the theoretical model that best suits a specific situation, by identifying the relevant characteristics of the resource, of the users, and the social structure in which these belong.
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