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Socioeconomic Factors Influencing the Effectiveness of Co-Management in Madagascar


This study assessed the effectiveness of a co-management arrangement and also explored, quantitatively, the relationship between socioeconomic factors, losers’ characteristics, and co-management effectiveness in Madagascar with a moderate sample size. The paper found that losers were further away from the market, commercialized most of their catch, but have higher dependence on marine livelihood and fewer other occupations.

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