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La modélisation d’accompagnement pour une gestion concertée des ressources renouvelables en Thaïlande

Abstract : The potential impact of the process of decentralisation of renewable resource management in Thailand is limited by a weak dialogue between communities and administrative organizations. Based on a case study from the mountainous northern region, this article explores the suitability and limits of the companion modelling approach (ComMod) to facilitate collective and decentralised resource management. This experiment combining role-playing games and multi-agent simulations stimulated a process of collective learning and negotiation among the various members of a rural community. ComMod helped them to better understand the issues at stake regarding several concrete problems for the management of common resources at the village level and to suggest collective solutions integrating their various interests. But efforts are still needed to find more efficient ways to ensure that higher institutional levels take into account the communities’ suggestions.
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Cécile Barnaud, Guy Trébuil, Panomsak Promburom, François Bousquet. La modélisation d’accompagnement pour une gestion concertée des ressources renouvelables en Thaïlande. Economie Rurale, Société Française d'Économie Rurale, 2008, 303-305, pp.39-59. ⟨hal-02656065⟩



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