Bibliography - Hydro-hegemony


Following is a selection of major peer-reviewed contributions dealing with water governance issues. It gives a specific insight into the concept of hydro-hegemony. A brief comment introduces each reference to facilitate users’ reading.

This selection is about the concept of hydro-hegemony developed in 2006 by Mark Zeitoun and Jeroen Warner. It is defined by basin scale hegemony or control over transboundary waters, consolidated by one actor. The London Water Research Group has developed and put into practice this concept. This group gathers water professionals and scholars to facilitate the analysis of transboundary water management, policy and politics. We present here the main publications on hydro-hegemony from this group.

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