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Disrupting the market for illegal rhino horn and ivory

Sato, M. and Hough, M. (2016) Disrupting the market for illegal rhino horn and ivory. Journal of Trafficking, Organised Crime and Security, 2 (1). pp. 21-35. ISSN 2374-1198

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Abstract/Summary

This paper considers methods for regulating the trafficking of rhino horn and ivory, seen through the lens of compliance theories. It stresses the importance of the distinction between normative and instrumental motivations. It argues for a balanced set of strategies that include normative levers designed to change the behaviour of poachers, traffickers and consumers of these products. In particular it considers the options needed to achieve demand reduction in consumer countries, and those needed to provide incentives to local communities in producer countries to disengage from poaching.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Law
ID Code:47434
Publisher:Brown Walker Press

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