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  Volume 12, Number 1, 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue on Latin American Commons: An Introduction

pp. 1-4

Current Trends in Latin American Commons Research

pp. 5-31

When the State Supplies the Commons: Origins, Changes, and Design of Mexico’s Common Property Regime

pp. 33-55

The Impact of Trans-National Migration on Commons Management among Mexican Indigenous Communities

pp. 57-86

The Dynamic Forest Commons of Central America: New Directions for Research

pp. 87-110

Institutional Arrangements for Adaptive Governance of Biodiversity Conservation: The Experience of the Area de Conservación de Guanacaste, Costa Rica

pp. 111-134

Research and Scholarship on Natural Commons in Brazil

pp. 135-156

Indigenous Lands, Commons, Juridical Pluralism and Sustainability in Brazil: Lessons from the Indigenous Lands of Raposa Serra do Sol

pp. 157-185

Guanaco Management in Argentina: Taking a Commons Perspective

pp. 187-213

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