Download Area - 2012 Summer School
Caroline Elizabeth Abraham, Teri University, India
Optimal Contracts and Transboundary Pollution. The Case of International Rivers.
Esther Delbourg, Ecole Polytechnique, France
Cooperation and conflict between upstream and downstream countries in African transboundary rivers.
Emeline Hassenforder, Oxyo Water, France
The need for a new management mode in transboundary basins.
Jordan Hristov, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Input-output analysis for water consumption in Macedonia.
Peter Michael Link, University of Hamburg, Research Group Climate Change and Security, Germany
On foes and flows: Water conflict and cooperation in the Nile River Basin in times of climate change.
Filippo Menga, University of Cagliari, Italy
Hydropolitics in Central Asia – The co-existence of conflict and cooperation?
Laura Movilla, University of Vigo, Spain
Evolution of the law of transboundary aquifers. Sovereignty and cooperation.
Mariya Pak, Oregon State University, USA - International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka
Re-examining conflict and cooperation in Central Asia: a case study from the Ferghana Valley.
Milagro Saborio-Rodriguez, Penn State University, USA
Political Bargaining and the existence of a
Transboundary Environmental Agreements.
Rodrigo Salcedo Du Bois, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Cooperation makes it happen? Groundwater management in Aguascalientes: An experimental approach.
Markus Siehlow, TU Berlin, Germany
Using Methods of Cooperative Game Theory for Water Allocation Management
in the Orange Senqu River Basin.
Gaia Sinnona, Italy
Two-tier water governance in the Nile River Basin.
Pilar Carolina Villar Lainé, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Managing the hidden side of hidrological cicle, the international law of transbounday aquifers and the agreement on the guarani aquifer.