Non-exclusive resources and rights of exclusion: Private property rights in practice

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Certain scarce resources seem indivisible, unlike, e.g., land and cattle. But some such resources can be, and have been, turned into private property. In offshore fishing grounds, individual tranferable quotas have been issued to fishing firms that have, as a result, become custodians of fish stocks in those grounds. In the eel fishery on the Danish coast owners of farms by the coast had traditional rights to lay eeltraps leasing those rights out to professional fishermen. In the 1920‘s in the U.S., individual firms were gradually being granted, by court decision, exclusive broadcasting rights in a certain area and on a certain frequency. Grazing rights in Iceland were, from the beginning, allocated by quotas belonging to individual farmers. Fishing rights in Icelandic salmon rivers were also alocated by tradition to individual farmers.

Upprunalegt tungumálEnska
Síður (frá-til)117-132
Síðufjöldi16
FræðitímaritJournal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines
Bindi13
Númer tölublaðs1
DOI
ÚtgáfustaðaÚtgefið - 2003

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