The CAPRi panel at the meeting of the International Association for the Study of Common Property (IASCP) brought together findings from recent studies by a number of CAPRi members and provided a first step toward establishing identifying principles which cut across resources and regions. The following papers were presented:
- Narpat S. Jodha and Anupam Bhatia (ICIMOD, Kathmandu), Community Management Commons: Re-Empowerment Process and the Gaps
- Douglas Vermillion, Does management devolution increase the sustainability of irrigation systems? A comparative examination of strategy, context and results
- Mariteuw Chimere Diaw, From Sea to Forest, An Epistemology of Institutional Resiliency in Non Conventional Systems and in Devolution Issues
- Neeraj Joshi, Wai-Fung Lam, Ganesh Shivakoti and Elinor Ostrom, An Institutional Analysis of Effects of Different Modes of Assistance on the Performance of Farmer-managed Irrigation Systems in Nepal.