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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Katharina Pistor; Olivier de Schutter
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|Contents:||Part 1: Analytical Framework1. Introduction: Towards Voice and Reflexivity, by Olivier De Schutter and Katharina PistorPart 2: Essential Resources: Challenges Ahead2. Land's Essentiality and Land Governance, by Derek Hall3. Governing Boundaries: Exclusion, Essential Resources, and Sustainability, by Edella Schlager4. Property Theory, Essential Resources, and the Global Land Rush, by Hanoch Dagan5. MultipliCity: Water, Rules and the Making of Connections in Mumbai, by Nikhil AnandPart 3: Beyond Voice and Reflexivity6. Voice, Reflexivity, and Say: Governing Access to and Control of Land in China, by Eva Pils7. Tenure Security and Exclusion Processes in Peri-urban areas and Rural Hinterlands of West African Cities, by Alain Durand-Lasserve8. Redirecting Regulation? Land Titling and Cambodia's Post-Neoliberal Conjuncture, by Michael B. Dwyer9. Erosion of Essential Resources in Neoliberal India: A Bottom-Up View, by Vamsi Vakulabharana10. Comparing Water Access Regimes Under Conditions of Scarcity: The Tale of two Communities in the United States, by Michael CoxPart 4: Governing Essential Resources in Action 11. Go with the Flow: Lessons from Water Management and Water Markets for Essential Resources, by Vanessa Cassado-P rez12. Ecology: Water Governance's Missing Link, by Scott McKenzie13. Water Scarcity in Morocco: Voice, Narrative, and Essential Resource Governance, by John Hursh14. Solving Trans-Border Water Issues in Changing Climate Scenarios of South Asia: A Theoretical Illustration Using a Principal-Agent Bargaining Approach, by Nilhari Neupane15. Voice and Reflexivity in Essential Resources: Reforming the Community Land Regime in Kenya, by Laila Macharia16. Do Traditional Institutions Matter in Participatory Essential Resource Governance Systems in Zimbabwe?, by Manase Kudzai Chiweshe17. Local Corporations: An Organizational Form to Reduce Information Costs and Maintain Supportive Resources, by James KruegerEpilogue, by Olivier De Schutter and Katharina PistorContributorsIndex|
|Responsibility:||edited by Katharina Pistor and Olivier De Schutter.|
Since the market routinely fails to secure access to the resources essential for survival, what are the alternatives? The editors of this volume propose a strong normative framework to resolve the
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