Book 2014

Evolution of Dam Policies

Evidence from the Big Hydropower States

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ISBN: 978-3-642-23402-6 (Print) 978-3-642-23403-3 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxi

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    Pages 1-12

    Dams and Norms: Current Practices and the State of the Debate

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    Pages 13-53

    Sustainable Dam Development in Brazil: The Roles of Environmentalism, Participation and Planning

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    Pages 55-93

    Between Local and Global Norms: Hydropower Policy Reform in China

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    Pages 95-129

    Towards Responsible Hydropower Development through Contentious Multi-stakeholder Negotiations: The Case of India

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    Pages 131-172

    Sustainable Dam Development in Turkey: Between Europeanization and Authoritarian Governance

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    Pages 173-200

    NGOs as Strategic Actors in the Promotion of Sustainable Dam Development

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    Pages 201-228

    Transnational NGO Networks Campaign Against the Ilisu Dam, Turkey

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    Pages 229-271

    Interaction of Chinese Institutions with Host Governments in Dam Construction: The Bui Dam in Ghana

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    Pages 273-306

    Hydropower Planning in Informal Institutional Settings: Chinese Institutions and the Failure of Environmental and Social Regulation in Cambodia

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    Pages 307-327

    German Development Cooperation and the World Commission on Dams

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    Pages 329-341

    Have International Sustainability Norms Reached the Emerging Economies? Evidence from Dams in Brazil, China, India and Turkey

  13. Back Matter

    Pages 343-352