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Ss18 Scene-setting: A New Reading Of Water Governance Through The Lens Of Actors, Institutions, And Scale

Congress: 2015
Author(s): Naho Mirumachi, Andrea Gerlak
Naho Mirumachi
Department of Geography,
King􀍛s College London Naho 
mirumachi@kcl.ac.uk
 
Andrea Gerlak
International Studies Association & Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy,
The University of Arizona, U.S 
agerlak@u.arizona.edu

Oral:
Abstract

Format of session

00’-15’
Scene-setting: A new reading of water governance through the lens of actors, scale, institutions and knowledge: Naho Mirumachi & Andrea Gerlak
15’-30’
Actors: why power matters and how we understand it in water governance: Bob Varady
30’-45’
Institutions: To what extent do institutions matter for water governance in evolving contexts of water allocation and use?: Christina Cook
45’-60’
Scale: Multiscalar or transcalar? Issues of scale in water governance: Jeroen Warner
60’-90’
Q&A/open discussion
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