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Governance in transboundary conservation: How institutional structure and path dependence matter
Conservation & Society
Transboundary protected areas (TBPAs) have gained currency over the past decade because of their perceived (and highly disputed) effectiveness at achieving a wide array of goals ranging from improved biodiversity conservation to regional economic development to the promotion of peace between countries. However, few studies have analysed how institutional structures influence cross-border coordination across a range of issues in a transboundary park. This study uses two TBPAs in southerndoi:10.4103/0972-4923.125758 fatcat:3mry7bjs3fcupntcloxv7eendi