Linkages and Collective Action in Biodiversity Conservation

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Description

This dataset is from Basurto (2013), who analyzes the determinants of the emergence and endurance of autonomy among local institutions for biodiversity conservation in Costa Rica using fsQCA.

Usage

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Format

This data frame contains 30 rows (cases) and the following 9 columns (factors):

[ , 1] AU endogenous factor: local autonomy
("1" always, "0" never)
[ , 2] EM exogenous factor: local communal involvement through direct employment
("1" 100 percent, "0" 0 percent)
[ , 3] SP exogenous factor: local direct spending
("1" always, "0" never)
[ , 4] CO exogenous factor: co-management with local or regional stakeholders
("1" present, "0" absent)
[ , 5] CI exogenous factor: degree of influence of national civil service policies
("1" 100 percent civil service employees, "0" 0 percent)
[ , 6] PO exogenous factor: national participation in policy-making
("1" perceived programme influence, "0" no perceived influence)
[ , 7] RE exogenous factor: research-oriented partnerships
("1" many, "0" few)
[ , 8] CN exogenous factor: conservation-oriented partnerships
("1" many, "0" few)
[ , 9] DE exogenous factor: direct support by development organizations
("1" always, "0" never)

Contributors

Thiem, Alrik: collection, documentation

Author(s)

Alrik Thiem (Personal Website; ResearchGate Website)

Source

Basurto, Xavier. 2013. “Linking Multi-Level Governance to Local Common-Pool Resource Theory using Fuzzy-Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis: Insights from Twenty Years of Biodiversity Conservation in Costa Rica.” Global Environmental Change 23 (3):573-87. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2013.02.011.

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