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Status of Institutional Reforms for Integrated Water Resources Management in Asia: Indications from Policy Reviews in Five Countries

D. J. Bandaragoda
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D. J. Bandaragoda: International Water Management Institute

No H038707, IWMI Working Papers from International Water Management Institute

Keywords: water; resource; management; /; institutional; development; /; water; policy; /; water; resources; development; /; case; studies; /; water; shortage; /; river; basins; /; water; conservation; /; irrigation; management; /; water; law; /; drinking; water; /; cost; recovery; /; water; pollution; /; national; planning; /; Asia; /; China/; Indonesia; /; Philippines; /; Sri; Lanka; /; Thailand; / (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 31 pages
Date: 2006
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