Water Policy and the Law in the Mediterranean: An Evolving Nexus

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dc.contributor BOGDANOVIC, Slavko
dc.contributor CANELAS DE CASTRO, Paulo
dc.contributor CHERRABI EL ALAOUI, Sarah
dc.contributor DI COSMO, Valeria
dc.contributor GANA, Alia
dc.contributor EL HAOUARI, Nawal
dc.contributor KHAROUF GAUDIG, Rana
dc.contributor MARTINEZ-FUENTES, Guadalupe
dc.contributor PATTYN, Valerie
dc.contributor SALAME, Lena
dc.contributor SCHORR, David
dc.contributor VAN STEENBERGEN, Frank
dc.contributor.editor BOGDANOVIC, Slavko
dc.date.accessioned 2011-05-23T10:25:47Z
dc.date.available 2011-05-23T10:25:47Z
dc.date.issued 2011
dc.identifier.citation Novi Sad, Faculty of Law, University Business Academy/Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad, 2011 en
dc.identifier.isbn 978-86-6019-012-5
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1814/17297
dc.description This book is here available in full-text with the exception of the chapters by Bulent Acma and Hela Yousfi due to copyright reasons.
dc.description.abstract This book consists of eleven specific case studies from all over the Mediterranean (and a bit beyond), but is far wider in scope than one might assume from its title. Water policy and law cannot be taken separately from other aspects of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), and this broadens the scope of the book considerably. Despite huge differences between the regions of the world (e.g. The Danube River Basin vs. the Mediterranean) the guiding principles as well as the obstacles to implementation of integrated water resource management are simply universal. This book mainly discusses non-structural measures of integrated water resource management, such as legal frameworks and regulatory programmes, pricing systems and incentives, public interest, and institutional mechanisms. en
dc.description.sponsorship (Product of workshop No. 11 at the 10th MRM 2009)
dc.description.tableofcontents PREFACE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS CONTRIBUTORS ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS TABLE OF NATIONAL LEGISLATION TABLE OF OF INTERNATIONAL TREATIES & OTHER LEGAL & POLICY INSTRUMENTS TABLE OF EU LEGISLATION TABLE OF CASES INTRODUCTION Léna Salamé and Rana Kharouf-Gaudig - WATER LAW IN EAST MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES: The Imperative of a Holistic Approach Alia Gana - PERCEPTION OF RISKS AND SOCIO-INSTITUTIONAL CHANGES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES: A Comparative Approach of Local Dynamics in the Mediterranean Nawal El Haouari and Frank Steenbergen - THE BLIND SPOT IN WATER GOVERNANCE: Conjunctive Groundwater Use in the MENA Countries David Shorr - PRIVATE RIGHTS IN PUBLICLY-OWNED WATER: The Pathology of Israeli Water Law Sarah Cherrabi El Alaoui - TRADITIONAL & MODERN WATER MANAGEMENT IN THE TAFILALET REGION: The Case of the Ghorfa Bülent Açma - WATER SECURITY IN THE MIDDLE EAST: A Case Study of the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers Slavko Bogdanovic - THE ROLE OF LAW IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SHARED WETLANDS & LAKES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION Paulo Canelas di Castro - FROM A COMMON CONCEPT TO A COMMON EXPERIMENTATION: An Assessment of the Water Framework Directive’s Impact on Water Management in Europe Valeria di Cosmo - IS THE COST PASS-THROUGH FAIR FOR THE ITALIAN WATER SECTOR? The Italian Water Firm Performance Determinants in a Capital Structure Oriented Approach Guadalupe Martinez and Valérie Pattyn - AUTONOMIZATION OF DRINKING WATER MANAGEMENT SUPPLY? The Tunisian Experience Héla Yousfi - UNIVERSAL MOTIVATIONS AND LOCAL INTERPRETATIONS: The Public Private Partnerships Case of a Drinking Water Management Contract in Lebanon INDEX en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher University Business Academy/University of Novi Sad en
dc.subject water policy en
dc.subject natural resources en
dc.subject law en
dc.subject water security en
dc.subject water management en
dc.title Water Policy and the Law in the Mediterranean: An Evolving Nexus en
dc.type Book


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