Beyond the river: the benefits of cooperation on international rivers

@inproceedings{Sadoff2002BeyondTR,
  title={Beyond the river: the benefits of cooperation on international rivers},
  author={Claudia Sadoff and David Grey},
  year={2002}
}
International rivers can elicit cooperation or conflict. The choice between the two will in large part be determined by perceptions of their relative benefits. In this paper, we explore the dynamics that drive the choice between conflict and cooperation, and present a simple framework for examining the extent of potential benefits that could underlie these choices. The paper seeks to broaden the range of perceived benefits, as some are obvious and some are much less apparent. The framework… CONTINUE READING

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