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This study identifies the different types of locally based resource management systems in marine and coastal areas, such as co-management; community-based management; and integrated coastal zone management. A historical perspective is provided in identifying these, and case studies of community-based practices are also presented to further illustrate these elements.
In this working paper, the authors undertook a review and analysis of the legal, institutional and policy framework of coastal resources management in Indonesia as well as the patterns of resource use of the country's coastal and marine resources. In addition, they have also reviewed and identified the role of stakeholders in coastal resources management.
In this working paper, the authors carried out a study on the institutional, legal and policy framework for managing the fisheries, coastal resources and coastal environment in Thai land and proffered solutions to the management of these resources. The authors adapted various methodologies to carry out the study. They provided a description of the Thai political economic system.