MINDS @ UW-Madison

Gender and shifting water governance : differential effects of privatization, commodification, and democratization

Show full item record

File(s):

Author(s)
Harris, Leila M.; Gantt, Whitney
Publisher
Land Tenure Center, Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin
Date
2007
Subject(s)
Water management; Water management Social aspects
Series
Tenure brief, no. 6
Abstract
Trends in water governance emphasize devolution to local users and market-oriented policies. These trends influence how donors, policymakers, and international lending institutions approach water management. This LTC Brief reviews current knowledge of the consequences for gender equity, summarizes how the trends have played out in various locales, and identifies gaps in our understanding.
Description
9 p.
Permanent link
http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1793/22157 
Export
Export to RefWorks 
‚Äč

Licensed under:

Part of

Show full item record

Search and browse




About MINDS@UW

Deposit materials

  1. Register to deposit in MINDS@UW
  2. Need deposit privileges? Contact us.
  3. Already registered? Have deposit privileges? Deposit materials.