Crowding in and participation
- Variable relationship:
Motivation crowding theory (Frey and Jegen 2001) argues that actors are more likely to comply with rules when they are able to meaningfully participate in the design of rules that affects them, contributing to more sustainable patterns of use (Cardenas et al. 2000).
- Scientific Field
- Component Type(s)
|Participation in rule making
|Underlying independent variable
|When actors are able to participate in designing the rules that affect then it crowds-in pro-social incentives that encourage them to comply with those rules.
|As a result of pro-social incentives for compliance actors are more likely to comply with resource management rules.
|Commons condition trend
|As a result of higher levels of compliance the conditions of the commons are maintained.
|Improved or remained the same
|Critique of fortress conservation