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Common-pool resource: Quiz


Question 1: Common resource management has to face the difficult task of devising rules that limit the amount, timing, and ________ used to withdraw various resource units from the resource system.
EngineeringArtificial intelligenceTechnologyMining

Question 2: Examples of common-pool resources include irrigation systems, fishing grounds, pastures, forests, water and the ________.
NeptuneGanymede (moon)Extraterrestrial atmospheresAtmosphere

Question 3: Common property regimes typically function at a local level to prevent the ________ of a resource system from which fringe units can be extracted.
OverexploitationConservation biologyWild fisheriesBiodiversity

Question 4: Because their core resources are vulnerable, common-pool resources are generally subject to the problems of congestion, overuse, ________, and potential destruction unless harvesting or use limits are devised and enforced.
Marine pollutionWater pollutionAir pollutionPollution

Question 5: ________ - private good (includes household goods) - common good - common-pool resource - club good - anti-rival good
MicroeconomicsHeterodox economicsPublic goodLaw and economics

Question 6: A common property regime is a particular social arrangement ________ the preservation, maintenance, and consumption of a common-pool resource.

Question 7: Unlike pure ________, common pool resources face problems of congestion or overuse, because they are subtractable.
Law and economicsPublic goodMicroeconomicsEconomics

Question 8: A pasture, for instance, allows for a certain amount of ________ to occur each year without the core resource being harmed.

Question 9: There are no examples of common property regimes which solve problems of overuse on a larger scale, such as ________.
Roadway air dispersion modelingParticulateAir pollutionSmog

Question 10: Analysing the design of long-enduring CPR institutions, ________ identified eight design principles which are prerequisites for a stable CPR arrangement:
Oliver E. WilliamsonFriedrich von HayekNobel Memorial Prize in Economic SciencesElinor Ostrom


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