|Appears in Collections:||Aquaculture Research Reports|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||When Co-management Fails: A Review of Theory and Lessons Learned from Reservoir Fisheries in the Dry-Zone of Sri Lanka|
|Citation:||Murray F (2006) When Co-management Fails: A Review of Theory and Lessons Learned from Reservoir Fisheries in the Dry-Zone of Sri Lanka. Dickson Malcolm, Brooks A (ed.). CBFM-2 International conference on community based approaches to fisheries management. Hotel Radisson, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 6-7 Mar 2007, Conference Paper, 11, Dhaka, Bangladesh. WorldFish Center.|
|Series/Report no.:||CBFM-2 International conference on community based approaches to fisheries management. Hotel Radisson, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 6-7 Mar 2007, Conference Paper, 11|
|Abstract:||Over recent decades co-management has become an increasingly popular form of governance reform in many developing countries. Viewed as a means of promoting sustainable and equitable management of natural resources, it has seen wide application in small-scale inland fisheries. However, perhaps because of its worthy credentials, there has been insufficient critical assessment of the results. This paper commences with a review of underlying theory which is then used to explore the reasons for failure of a co-management initiative in Sri Lankan reservoir fisheries between 2001 and 2002.|
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