Governing the Freshwater Commons: Lessons from Application of the Trilogy of Governance Tools in Australia and the Western United States, in Reforming Water Law and Governance: From Stagnation to Innovation in Australia

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Governing the Freshwater Commons: Lessons from Application of the Trilogy of Governance Tools in Australia and the Western United States, in Reforming Water Law and Governance: From Stagnation to Innovation in Australia

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This book identifies the most effective water policy tools and innovations, and the circumstances that foster their successful implementation by taking a comparative look at a world-leading ‘laboratory’ of water law and governance: Australia. In particular, the book analyses Australia’s 20-year experience implementing a hybrid governance system of markets, hierarchical regulation, and collaborative integrated water planning.

ISBN

9789811089763

Publication Date

2018

Publisher

Springer Nature

City

Singapore

Disciplines

Comparative and Foreign Law | Water Law

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Editors: Cameron Holley & Darren Sinclair

Governing the Freshwater Commons: Lessons from Application of the Trilogy of Governance Tools in Australia and the Western United States, in Reforming Water Law and Governance: From Stagnation to Innovation in Australia

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