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作者:Arnim Kuhn , Wolfgang Britz , Daniel Kyalo Willy ...
来源:[J].Environmental Modelling and Software(IF 3.476), 2016, Vol.75, pp.373-387
摘要:Abstract(#br)This study views the Lake Naivasha Basin in Kenya's Rift Valley as a hydro-economic system with slowly emerging basin-wide water management institutions. Possible institutions face two interlinked challenges. Firstly, large scale horticultural activities as a core ec...
作者:Lei Zhang , Xueqin Zhu , Nico Heerink ...
来源:[J].Agricultural Water Management(IF 2.203), 2014, Vol.131, pp.70-78
摘要:Abstract(#br)The main aim of this paper is to examine the impact of changing external conditions on irrigation water institutions in northern China. To this end, we perform a case study analysis of the impact of output market development on irrigation water transactions, using su...
作者:Amber Wutich , Abigail M. York , Alexandra Brewis ...
来源:[J].Journal of Environmental Management(IF 3.057), 2012, Vol.113, pp.370-376
摘要:Abstract(#br)It is widely agreed that current institutions are insufficient to meet global water challenges, and extensive institutional reforms are needed. To achieve effective local water management, institutional rules should be congruent with local cultural norms. Conversely,...
作者:Kathleen A. Miller
来源:[J].International Journal of Water Resources Development(IF 0.882), 1989, Vol.5 (2), pp.71-83
摘要:... Competition between out-of-stream water uses and hydroelectric generation may increase as a result of reductions in runoff or changes in its timing and reliability. The impacts of such changes will depend on the pre-existing nature and distribution of water rights and on the ...
作者:Varsha Khandker , Vasant P. Gandhi , Nicky Johnson
来源:[J].Water(IF 0.973), 2020, Vol.12 (1)
摘要:The paper examines the extent, nature, and factors affecting women’s involvement in participatory irrigation institutions of eastern India. Effective participatory water institutions are urgently needed to improve water management in eastern India, and a significant aspect ...
作者:Vasant P. Gandhi , Nicky Johnson
来源:[J].Water(IF 0.973), 2019, Vol.12 (1)
摘要:The paper examines the performance of participatory water institutions in India’s Eastern Indo-Gangetic plains region using new institutional economics and management governance fundamentals. Water institutions are of great importance for water resource management in India’...
作者:Miguel Suarez Bosa
来源:[J].Water(IF 0.973), 2015, Vol.7 (6), pp.2641-2655
摘要:The water-management model used in Cape Verde for irrigation water is a singular one involving both public and private institutions. The institutional framework adopted since independence (1975) includes influences of both Portuguese colonial occupation and African culture. Water...
作者:Eva Iglesias , Alberto Garrido , Almudena Gómez‐Ramos
来源:[J].Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics(IF 1.415), 2007, Vol.51 (1), pp.17-38
摘要:Reservoir management and intertemporal water allocation are critical issues in semiarid regions where agriculture has to confront highly variable rainfall patterns. In this paper, we derive and propose an economic drought management index (EDMI) to evaluate water institutions...
作者:Ruiters, Cornelius , Matji, Maselaganye Petrus
来源:[J].Water S.A.(IF 0.876), 2015, Vol.41 (5), pp.660-676
摘要:The standard water institutions, governance and infrastructure reform and policy prescription package of the 1990s and early 2000s, i.e., restructuring, private-public partnerships (PPP), establishment of an independent regulator, have not yielded positive results for South Afric...
作者:Vasant P. Gandhi , Nicky Johnson , Kangkanika Neog ...
来源:[J].Water(IF 0.973), 2020, Vol.12 (2)
摘要:The paper examines the nature and development of the participatory water institutions in the eastern Indo-Gangetic plains of India, focusing on the aspects of structure, participation, and devolution. Though the physical development of irrigation has made considerable progress in...

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