3 edition of The evolution of national water regimes in Europe found in the catalog.
The evolution of national water regimes in Europe
|Statement||edited by Ingrid Kissling-Näf and Stefan Kuks.|
|Series||Environment & policy -- v. 40.|
|Contributions||Kissling-Näf, Ingrid., Kuks, Stefan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
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It is based on the European research project EUWARENESS. The authors apply a theoretical framework for the analysis of institutional regimes, water governance and property rights. The evolution of national water resource regimes is described over Format: Hardcover. It is based on the European research project EUWARENESS.
The authors apply a theoretical framework for the analysis of institutional regimes, water governance and property rights. The evolution of national water resource regimes is described over.
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The evolution of national water resource regimes is described over a period of almost years (). The long-term perspective enables the reader to see the conditions under which regime transformation and paradigm change are made possible.
It is based on the European research project EUWARENESS. The authors apply a theoretical framework for the analysis of institutional regimes, water governance and property rights.
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EUWARENESS is a research project on European Water Regimes and the Notion of a Sustainable Status. Research institutes from six European countries (Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland) have been cooperating in this two year project ().
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