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  Institutions > General References
  By "institutions" we generally refer to structures and rules that make up the forest management system of a given jurisdiction -- also called "institutional arrangements". While people also often use "institutions" to mean "organizations", that is not the primary meaning intended here.
  Effective partnerships: Institutions for shared forest management and community development (Treseder and Krogman 1998)
  This is an annotated bibliography published by the Sustainable Forest Management Network.
  Where's the glue? Institutional bases of American Indian economic development. (Cornell and Kalt 1991)
  This paper of the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development examines the challenges of finding a proper fit of Tribal governance institutions with (a) the demands of a modern business climate; and (b) the prevailing culture of the communities involved. Some striking illustrations from on-the-ground experience are provided.