The discussion will be rounded off with some general remarks on the usefulness of the models employed in the current investigation. While these remarks are rather loosely coupled, they all relate to the epistemological status of the co-management perspective. First, the argument is made that co-management has proven less “progressive” in the sense of producing scientific “novelties” than the self-management perspective, which it was grouped together with in Chapter 2 as co-operative action theory. Second, the usefulness of the same perspective in a non-market economy is further discussed (following up the discussion in Chapter 6 on co-management in Northwest Russian fisheries). Finally, the applicability of the various perspectives and models employed in the study, as well as the implications of the methodological and epistemological choices underlying it, are discussed on a more general basis in the concluding section.
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