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Impact of institutional changes within small-scale groundwater irrigated systems : a case study in Mexico

Jourdain Damien. 2006. Impact of institutional changes within small-scale groundwater irrigated systems : a case study in Mexico. In : Water governance for sustainable development : approaches and lessons from developing and transitional countries. Perret Sylvain (ed.), Farolfi Stefano (ed.), Hassan Rashid (ed.). Londres : Earthscan Publications, pp. 223-238. ISBN 2-87614-635-5

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Abstract : Exploitation of aquifers has traditionally been regarded as a typical example of management of a common property resource where collective ownership induces inefficient use due to strategic interactions between users (Provencher and Burt, 1994; Roemer, 1989). Indeed, an increasing number of regions have unsustainable groundwater balance due to overdraft (Shah et al, 2000). This chapter takes groundwater extraction rights owned and administered collectively by groups of farmers' and considers the potential impact of changes in groups' operational rules on the resource use.

Mots-clés Agrovoc : Gestion des eaux, Utilisation de l'eau, Nappe souterraine, Irrigation, Propriété collective, Efficacité, Comportement, Modèle mathématique

Mots-clés géographiques Agrovoc : Mexique

Classification Agris : P10 - Water resources and management

Axe stratégique Cirad : Axe 1 (2005-2013) - Intensification écologique

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  • Jourdain Damien, CIRAD-TERA-UPR Gestion de l'eau (VNM)

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