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The γ (V ) function is the regenerating function, specifying the growth in the fish population when no fish are caught by the fishermen in the village. The regenerating function γ (V ) is assumed to satisfy the following conditions: γ (V ) < 0 γ (V ) = γ (V ) = 0 for all V > 0 for critical V, V(V < V ). 4, where the stock of the commons V is measured along the ab˙ There scissa and the ordinate measures the change in the stock V, V. are two levels of the stock of the commons, V m and V a . 4. The change-in-population curves for the commons: a special case.

The minimized cost C becomes a function of (X, V ), to be referred to as the consolidated cost function: C = C(X, V ). The consolidated cost function C(X, V ) thus obtained is a convex function of (X, V ). The marginal cost with respect to total cost X in terms of the consolidated cost function C(X, V ) is calculated as follows: dC = ν cxν ν dx ν + ν cνXdX = (θ + MSC)dX, where MSC is the marginal social costs given by (14). xml CB829B/Uzawa 34 0 521 84788 5 August 27, 1956 Economic Analysis of Social Common Capital Hence, we have CX(X, V ) = θ + MSC, where θ is the marginal private costs.

A large number of such cases have been documented, particularly in McCay and Acheson (1987) and Berkes (1989). Contrary to the arguments presented by Demsetz and others, more reasonable and sane views were forcefully put forward by Sen (1973), Dasgupta (1982b, 1993), Cornes and Sandler (1983), Bromley (1991), Ostrom (1992), Uzawa (1992b), Ostrom, Gardner, and Walker (1994), and Barrett (1994), among others. xml CB829B/Uzawa 0 521 84788 5 The Theory of the Commons 3. August 27, 1956 21 the fisheries commons The dynamic analysis of the commons discussed in the previous section may be illustrated by extensive studies made for the fisheries commons, such as Gordon (1954), Scott (1955), Schaefer (1957), Crutchfield and Zellner (1962), Clark (1973, 1990), Clark and Munro (1975), Tahvonen (1991), and Tahvonen and Kuuluvainen (1993), among others.

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