The Resource A second best choice : does the Native Title Act (1993) or the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NT) (1976) generate greater allocative efficiency?, by Siobhan McKenna

A second best choice : does the Native Title Act (1993) or the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NT) (1976) generate greater allocative efficiency?, by Siobhan McKenna

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A second best choice : does the Native Title Act (1993) or the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NT) (1976) generate greater allocative efficiency?
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A second best choice
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does the Native Title Act (1993) or the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NT) (1976) generate greater allocative efficiency?
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by Siobhan McKenna
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eng
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AIAS
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McKenna, Siobhan
Dissertation note
Thesis (B. Economics IV Hons)--Australian National University, 1994
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  • Australia.
  • Australia.
  • Mineral investment
  • Mineral investment
  • Moral hazard
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A second best choice : does the Native Title Act (1993) or the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NT) (1976) generate greater allocative efficiency?, by Siobhan McKenna
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Impetus for the Native Title Act 1993 -- Brief introduction to the Aboriginal Land Rights Act and the Native Title Act -- A model of the differences between the ALRA and the NTA : developing a model; The model; method 1 : expected profits functions under different legal rules; Derive marginal benefit of increasing mining investment on Aboriginal land; An intuitive assessment of the marginal benefit result; Establish the marginal social benefit of increasing Xm; Method 2 : derive the marginal cost of increasing mining investment on Aboriginal land; Establish the marginal social cost of increasing Xm; Efficiency -- Transactions costs: definition; The cost of searching for parties with whom to negotiate; The cost of negotiations; The costs of enforcing a contract; The effect of including transactions costs in the basic model -- Strategic costs: bargaining in the shadow of the law : bilateral monopolies; Mnookin, Cooter and Mark's model of arbitration (1982); Application of arbitration model to the NTA; The effect of including arbitration model features in the basic model; Moral hazard problems of liability rules: Application of Cooter's recommendations to the ALRA and to the NTA; The effect of including moral hazard in the basic model -- The long run invariance of property rights and liability rules : Frech's model; Application of Frech's model to the ALRA and the NTA; The effect of including long run considerations in the basic model; Conclusion -- Appendix: The land councils
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30 cm
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65 leaves
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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R01466
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A second best choice : does the Native Title Act (1993) or the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NT) (1976) generate greater allocative efficiency?, by Siobhan McKenna
Production
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Impetus for the Native Title Act 1993 -- Brief introduction to the Aboriginal Land Rights Act and the Native Title Act -- A model of the differences between the ALRA and the NTA : developing a model; The model; method 1 : expected profits functions under different legal rules; Derive marginal benefit of increasing mining investment on Aboriginal land; An intuitive assessment of the marginal benefit result; Establish the marginal social benefit of increasing Xm; Method 2 : derive the marginal cost of increasing mining investment on Aboriginal land; Establish the marginal social cost of increasing Xm; Efficiency -- Transactions costs: definition; The cost of searching for parties with whom to negotiate; The cost of negotiations; The costs of enforcing a contract; The effect of including transactions costs in the basic model -- Strategic costs: bargaining in the shadow of the law : bilateral monopolies; Mnookin, Cooter and Mark's model of arbitration (1982); Application of arbitration model to the NTA; The effect of including arbitration model features in the basic model; Moral hazard problems of liability rules: Application of Cooter's recommendations to the ALRA and to the NTA; The effect of including moral hazard in the basic model -- The long run invariance of property rights and liability rules : Frech's model; Application of Frech's model to the ALRA and the NTA; The effect of including long run considerations in the basic model; Conclusion -- Appendix: The land councils
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
65 leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Stock number
R01466

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