Applying the Concept of Fit to Water Governance Reforms in South Africa

  title={Applying the Concept of Fit to Water Governance Reforms in South Africa},
  author={Elke Herrfahrdt-P{\"a}hle},
  • Elke Herrfahrdt-Pähle
  • Published 2014
The call for a spatial fit between institutional arrangements and the resource they manage is reflected in such water management paradigms as river basin management and in a number of international agreements (e.g., the European Union Water Framework Directive). Consequently, a number of countries are currently introducing river basin management, which, besides management along hydrological boundaries, has recently come to include such aspects of governance as stakeholder participation and… CONTINUE READING
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