Scientific literature

Background literature

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Biermann, F., Abbott, K., Andersen, S, Bäckstrands, K., Beresteinm, S., Betsillh, M. M., Bulkeley, H., Cashore, B., Clapp, B., ..., & Zondervan, R. (2012). Navigating the Anthropocene: Improving Earth System Governance. Science, 335(6074), pp. 1306- 1307.

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Bogardi, J. J., Dudgeon, D., Lawford, R., Flinkerbusch, E., Meyn, A., Pahl-Wostl, C., Vielhauer, K., & Vörösmarty, Ch. (2012). Water Security for a Planet Under Pressure: Interconnected Challenges of a Changing World Call for Sustainable Solutions. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 4(1), pp. 35-43.

Cooley, H., Ajami, N. Ha, M.-L., Srinivasan, V., Morrison, J., Donnelly, K., & Christian-Smith, J. (2013) Global Water Governance in the 21st Century. Pacific Institute, Oakland, California [link]

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Huitema, D. & Meijerink, S. (2009). Water Policy Entrepreneurs: A Research Companion to Water Transitions Around the Globe. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.

Huitema, D. & S. Meijerink (2017). The Generation, Diffusion, and Impact of Innovations in Global Water Governance. Journal of the Southwest, 59(1-2), pp. 83-105 [link]

Huitema, D., Mostert, E., Egas, W., Moellenkamp, S., Pahl-Wostl, C., & Yalcin, R. (2009). Adaptive Water Governance: Assessing the Institutional Prescriptions of Adaptive (Co-)Management from a Governance Perspective and Defining a Research Agenda. Ecology and society, 14(1) [link]

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Jager, J. W., Challies, E., Kochskämper, E., Newig, J., Benson, D., Blackstock, K., ..., von Korff, Y. (2016). Transforming European Water Governance? Participation and River Basin Management under the EU Water Framework Directive in 13 Member States. Water, 8(4) [link]

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Magliocca, N.R., Rudel, T. K., Verburg, P. H., McConnell, W. J., Mertz, O., Gerstner, K., Heinimann, A., & Ellis, E. C (2015). Synthesis in Land Change Science: Methodological Patterns, Challenges, and Guidelines. Regional Environmental Change, 15(2), pp. 211-226 [link]

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McCord, P., Dell'Angelo, J., Baldwin, E., & Evans, T. (2017). Polycentric Transformation in Kenyan Water Governance: A Dynamic Analysis of Institutional and Social‐Ecological Change. Policy Studies Journal, 45(4), 633-658.

Meinzen-Dick, R. (2007). Beyond Panaceas in Water Institutions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 104(39), pp. 15200-15205 [link]

Molle, F. (2008). Nirvana Concepts, Narratives, and Policy Models. Water Alternatives, 1(1), pp. 132-150 [link]

Molle, F., Mollinga, P. P., & Wester, P. (2009). Hydraulic Bureaucracies and the Hydraulic Mission: Flows of Water, Flows of Power. Water alternatives, 2(3), pp. 328-349 [link]

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Newig, J., Challies, E., Jager, N. W., Kochskaemper, E., & Adzersen, A. (2018). The Environmental Performance of Participatory and Collaborative Governance: A Framework of Causal Mechanisms. Policy Studies Journal, 46(2), pp. 269-297 [link]

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Newig, J. & Moss, T. (2017). Scale in Environmental Governance: Moving from Concepts and Cases to Consolidation. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 19(5), pp. 473-79 [link]

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Pahl-Wostl, C., Lebel., L., Knieper, Ch., & Nikitina, E. (2012). From Applying Panaceas to Mastering Complexity: Toward Adaptive Water Governance in River Basins. Environmental Science & Policy, 23, pp. 24-34.

Pahl-Wostl, C. (2019). The Role of Governance Modes and Meta-Governance in the Transformation Towards Sustainable Water Governance. Environmental Science & Policy, 91, pp. 6-16.

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Srinivasan, V., Lambin, E. F., Gorelick, S. M., Thompson, B. H., & Rozelle, S. (2012). The Nature and Causes of the Global Water Crisis: Syndromes from a Meta‐Analysis of Coupled Human‐Water Studies. Water Resources Research, 48(10) [link]

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UN-Water (2015). The Water for Life Decade: 2005-2015 and Beyond. New York: United Nations Publication [link]

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Zwarteveen, M. Z., & Boelens, R. (2014). Defining, Researching and Struggling for Water Justice: Some Conceptual Building Blocks for Research and Action. Water International, 39(2), pp. 143-158.