Types of common property resource, Microeconomics

Types of Common Property Resource

There is list a large number of CPRs, which can be brought under the broad headings. There are so many types of common property resource. They are:

  1. Land resources
  2. Forest resources
  3. Water resources
  4. Fishery resources

These resources are being degraded overtime due to overuse or lack of proper management.

 

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