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Sharing transboundary resources : international law and optimal resource use / Eyal Benvenisti.

By: Benvenisti, Eyal.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002Description: xix, 276 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780521640985.Subject(s): Conservation of natural resources -- Law and legislation | Ecosystem management -- Law and legislation | Transboundary pollution -- Law and legislation | Environmental law, InternationalDDC classification: 341.762
Contents:
1. Introduction 2. The need for collective action in the management of transboundary resources 3. States as collective actors 4. The transnational conflict paradigm: structural failures and responses 5. Transnational institutions for transboundary ecosystem management: defining the tasks and the constraints 6. The structure and procedure of institutions for transboundary ecosystem management 7. The development of positive international law on transboundary ecosystems: a critical analysis 8. Efficiency custom and the evolution of international law on transboundary resources 9. Conclusion.
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Reference 341.762 BEN.S (Browse shelf) Available SLSN-B-9935

Includes bibliographical references (p. 236-263) and index.



1. Introduction
2. The need for collective action in the management of transboundary resources
3. States as collective actors
4. The transnational conflict paradigm: structural failures and responses
5. Transnational institutions for transboundary ecosystem management: defining the tasks and the constraints
6. The structure and procedure of institutions for transboundary ecosystem management
7. The development of positive international law on transboundary ecosystems: a critical analysis
8. Efficiency custom and the evolution of international law on transboundary resources
9. Conclusion.

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