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Governance Theory and Practice: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach
Introduction: Exploring Governance Governance in Public Administration and Political Science Governance and the New Institutional Economics International Relations Governance in Development StudiesExpand
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Political Entrepreneurs or Development Agents: An NGO`s tale of resistance and acquiescence in Madhya Pradesh, India
NGOs have been lauded both for being political entrepreneurs - facilitators of transformative politics - and also development agents - implementers of participatory development. However, not manyExpand
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Understanding the co-existence of conflict and cooperation: Transboundary ecosystem management in the Virunga Massif
This article contributes to our understanding of transboundary environmental management regimes through the application of an analytical framework that facilitates an exploration of the co-existenceExpand
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The negation of politics in participatory development projects, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh
Based on a case study of two watershed development projects in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh in India, this article argues that participatory development projects are legitimized by usingExpand
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Post-disaster recovery and ongoing vulnerability: Ten years after the super-cyclone of 1999 in Orissa, India
This paper examines what recovery means in a context where vulnerability cannot be reduced to a single hazard but is an ongoing aspect of life. It analyses convergences in trajectories of livelihoodExpand
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Managing Watershed Externalities in India: Theory and Practice
Watershed development is the focus of poverty alleviation programs in rural India. Watershed projects aim to solve problems of externalities, but they also create their own externalities, which causeExpand
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The ‘Anti-politics machine’ in India: Depoliticisation through local institution building for participatory watershed development
Abstract This article investigates the rationale and implications of creating non-elected community-based bodies for India's national watershed development programme in 1994. A discourse ofExpand
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The Anti-Politics Machine in India: State, Decentralization and Participatory Watershed Development
the anti politics machine in india state decentralization and participatory watershed development are a good way to achieve details about operating certainproducts. Many products that you buy can beExpand
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Justice at Sea: Fishers’ politics and marine conservation in coastal Odisha, India
This is a paper about the politics of fishing rights in and around the Gahirmatha marine sanctuary in coastal Odisha, in eastern India. Claims to the resources of this sanctuary are politicisedExpand
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