SOAS Water Group Publications
Smith L., K. Porter, K. Hiscock, M.J. Porter, and D. Benson (Ed.),2015, Catchment and River Basin Management: Integrating Science and Governance, Earthscan Studies in Water Resource Management, Routledge ,p288 (in press, publication 15th May 2015). ISBN: 978-1-84971-304-7
Asquer A. (2014), “Explaining Partial Privatization of Public Service Provision: The Emergence of Mixed Ownership Water Firms in Italy (1994-2009), Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 85(1): 11-30.
Asquer A. (2014), “Using Analytic Narratives in Policy Analysis: An Explanation of the Implementation of the Water Reform in Italy (1994-2002)”, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 16(1): 79-93.
Asquer A. (2014), “Understanding Subjectivities in the Regulation of Local Water Services: A Q-Methodology Study of Elected Public Officers in Italy”, Water, 6(3): 670-693.
Couldrick, L. and Smith, L., 2014, Catchment partnerships –better planning for our rivers and landscapes, Living with Environmental Change (LWEC) Policy and Practice Notes, Note No. 08, February 2014, p4.
Benson D., A. Jordan, H. Cook, and L.E.D. Smith, 2013, Collaborative environmental governance: are watershed partnerships swimming or are they sinking? Land Use Policy, 30, 1, 2013, p748-757. DOI: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2012.05.016
Benson D, Jordan A, Smith L, 2013, Is environmental management really more collaborative? A comparative analysis of putative ‘paradigm shifts’ in Europe, Australia, and the United States, Environment and Planning A, 45, 7, 2013, p1695-1712. doi:10.1068/a45378
Hazell P., A. Sharma and L. Smith, 2013, Market-driven Agricultural Growth: Contrasting Experiences in Punjab and Rajasthan, Chapter 6 in N. Hope, A. Kochar, R. Noll and T.N. Srinivasan (ed.) (Stanford Center for International Development, Stanford University), Economic Reform in India: Challenges, Prospects and Lessons, Cambridge University Press, 544pp. ISBN 1107020042
Mollinga, Peter P. 2013. ‘Boundary concepts for interdisciplinary analysis of water resources management in South Asia’ In: Dik Roth and Linden Vincent (eds.) Controlling the water: Matching technology and institutions in irrigation and water management in India and Nepal, Oxford University Press, pp.342-365.
Smith, L.E.D., 2013, Land Conservation Agreements, in Smith, S., Rowcroft, P., Everard, M., Couldrick, L., Reed, M., Rogers, H., Quick, T., Eves, C. and White, C. (2013). Payments for Ecosystem Services: A Best Practice Guide. Defra, London, pages 65-67.
Smith, L.E.D., 2013, The United Kingdom case study: payments for ecosystem services (PES) and collective action – ‘Upstream Thinking in the South West of England, in OECD (2013), Providing Agri-environmental Public Goods through Collective Action, OECD Publishing. http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/9789264197213-en
D. Benson, A. Jordan, H. Cook, and L.E.D. Smith, Collaborative environmental governance: are watershed partnerships swimming or are they sinking?, Land Use Policy, accepted for publication.
Cook, H., Benson, D., Inman, A., Jordan, A. and L.E.D. Smith, Catchment management groups in England and Wales: extent, roles and influences, Water and Environment Journal, 26, 1, 2012, p47-55. P.
Cullet, P. 'Is Water Policy the New Water Law? – Rethinking the Place of Law in Water Sector Reforms.' 43/2 IDS Bulletin (2012), pp. 69-78.
Hazell, Peter and Sharma, Abjhit and Smith, Laurence (2012) 'Market-driven Agricultural Growth: Contrasting Experiences in Punjab and Rajasthan.' In: Hope, N and Kochar, A and Noll, R and Srinivasan, T N, (eds.), Economic Reform in India: Challenges, Prospects and Lessons. Cambridge University Press. (In Press)
Hirvi, M. (2012). 'Water Privatization and Social Citizenship: The Case of Urban Water Sector in Ghana', Journal of Civil Society, Vol. 8 Issue 4, pp.351-368
Krueger, T., Page, T., Hubacek, K., Smith, L.E.D. and K. Hiscock, The role of expert opinion in environmental modelling, Environmental Modelling and Software, 36, 2012, p4-18. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2012.01.011
T. Krueger , T. Page , L. Smith And A. Voinov, A guide to expert opinion in environmental modelling and management, Environmental Modelling and Software, 36, 2012, p1-3.
Krueger, T. and L.E.D. Smith, (with T. Page and A. Voinov) guest co-editors of thematic special issue of the journal Environmental Modelling & Software on Expert Opinion in Environmental Modelling and Management, 2012: www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/13648152/36.
Peter P. Mollinga and Daphne Gondhalekar (2012) Theorising Structured Diversity: An approach to comparative research on water resources management (pdf; 859kb) , ICCWaDS Working Paper No. 1.
Reis, N., & Mollinga, P. P. (2012). Water Supply or ‘Beautiful Latrines’? Microcredit for Rural Water Supply and Sanitation in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. ASEAS – Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 5(1), 10-29.
Suhardiman, Diana and Peter P. Mollinga. 2012. Correlations, causes and the logic of obscuration: Donor shaping of dominant narratives in Indonesia's irrigation development. Journal of Development Studies, 48(7): 923-938.
K. Bayliss ‘A Cup Half Full: The World Bank’s Assessment of Water Privatisation,’ Chapter 4 in Bayliss, Fine and Van Waeyenberge (eds.) The Political Economy of Development: the World Bank, Neoliberalism and Development Research, Pluto: London.
Bayliss, Kate and Sam Kuloba Watasa. 2011. “Output-based contracts in small-town water supply in Uganda: Challenges and opportunities.” Poverty Reduction and Environment and Energy, United Nations Development Programme. New York. The paper can be accessed at: www.undp.org/content/dam/undp/library/Poverty%20Reduction/Uganda_webVersion928.pdf
Bayliss, Kate and Rehema Tukai. 2011. “Services and Supply Chains: The Role of the Domestic Private Sector in Water Service Delivery in Tanzania.” Poverty Reduction and Environment and Energy, United Nations Development Programme. New York. The report can be accessed at: http://www.undp.org/content/dam/undp/library/Poverty%20Reduction/Inclusive%20development/Tanzania-Water.pdf
P. Cullet and S. Koonan eds, Water Law in India – An Introduction to Legal Instruments (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2011)
P. Cullet, 'Evolving Regulatory Framework for Rural Drinking Water – Need for Further Reforms.' In: India Infrastructure Report 2011 – Water: Policy and Performance for Sustainable Development (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 151-161.
I. Abdullayev, K. Mielke, P. Mollinga, J. Monsees, C. Schetter, U Shah, B. ter Steege, ‘Water, war and reconstruction irrigation management in the Kunduz region, Afghanistan’, in: M. Arsel and M. Spoor (Eds.) Water, environmental security and sustainable rural development: Conflict and cooperation in Central Asia. Routledge ISS Studies in Rural Livelihoods, pp.21-49.
P. Cullet et al. eds, Water Governance in Motion: Towards Socially and Environmentally Sustainable Water Laws (New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 556 p.
P. Cullet et al. eds, Water Law for the Twenty-first Century: National and International Aspects of Water Law Reforms in India (Abingdon: Routledge, 2010), 332p.
P. Cullet, ‘Water Law – Evolving Regulatory Framework’, in P. Cullet, A. Gowlland-Gualtieri, R. Madhav & U. Ramanathan eds, Water Governance in Motion: Towards Socially and Environmentally Sustainable Water Laws (New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, 2010), p. 26-52.
P. Cullet, ‘Introduction’, in P. Cullet, A. Gowlland-Gualtieri, R. Madhav & U. Ramanathan eds, Water Governance in Motion: Towards Socially and Environmentally Sustainable Water Laws (New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, 2010), p. 1-8.
P. P. Mollinga. ‘The material conditions for a polarised discourse: Clamours and silences in critical analysis of agricultural water use in India.’ Journal of Agrarian Change, 10(3): 414-436.
P. P. Mollinga ‘Boundary work and the complexity of natural resources management.’ Crop Science 50(1): S1–S9.
P. Mollinga (2010) Boundary concepts for interdisciplinary analysis of irrigation water management in South Asia, ZEF Working Paper Series, No 64, University of Bonn.
R.E. Namara, M.A. Hanjra, G.E. Castillo, H.M. Ravnborg, L.E.D. Smith, and B. Van Koppen, ‘Agricultural water management and poverty linkages’, Agricultural Water Management, 97, 4, 2010, pp 520-527.
Senaratna Sellamuttu, S., Mith, S., Hoanh, C.T., Johnston, R., Baran, E., Dubois, M., Soeun, M., Craig, I., Nam, S., and L. Smith. 2010. Commune agroecosystem analysis to support decision making for water allocation for fisheries and agriculture in the Tonle Sap wetland system. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Challenge Program for Water and Food, 63 pp. (CPWF Project Report Series).
L.E.D. Smith, ‘Catchment Management Strategies for Control of Land Use Based Water Pollution’, in ‘Responding to Global Challenges: The Water Quality Challenge – Prevention, Wise Use and Abatement’, Abstract Volume, World Water Week in Stockholm, September 5-11, 2010, p331-332.
Smith, L. E. D. and K. S. Porter, "Management of Catchments for the Protection of Water Resources: Drawing on the New York City Watershed Experience." Regional Environmental Change, 10, 4, 2010, p311-326.
K. Bayliss ‘Private Sector Participation in African Infrastructure: Is It Worth The Risk?’ International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth, Working Paper No. 55.
P. Cullet, Water Law, Poverty and Development – Water Law Reforms in India (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), 241p.
P. Cullet, A. Gowlland-Gualtieri & R. Madhav, ‘Introduction’, in P. Cullet, A. Gowlland-Gualtieri, R. Madhav & U. Ramanathan eds, Water Law for the Twenty-first Century: National and International Aspects of Water Law Reforms in India (Abingdon: Routledge, 2009), p. 1-7.
P. Cullet, ‘Drinking Water Reforms’, in P. Cullet, A. Gowlland-Gualtieri, R. Madhav & U. Ramanathan eds, Water Law for the Twenty-first Century: National and International Aspects of Water Law Reforms in India (Abingdon: Routledge, 2009), p. 160-81.
P. Cullet, A. Gowlland-Gualtieri & R. Madhav, ‘Final Remarks’, in P. Cullet, A. Gowlland-Gualtieri, R. Madhav & U. Ramanathan eds, Water Law for the Twenty-first Century: National and International Aspects of Water Law Reforms in India (Abingdon: Routledge, 2009), p. 311-16.
P. Cullet & R. Madhav, ‘Water Law Reforms in India: Trends and Prospects’, in Ramaswamy Iyer ed., Water and the Laws in India (New Delhi: Sage, 2009), p. 511-34.
P. Cullet, ‘New Policy Framework for Rural Drinking Water Supply – The Swajaldhara Guidelines’, 44/50 Economic and Political Weekly (2009), p. 47-54.
P. Cullet & J. Gupta, ‘India: Evolution of Water Law and Policy’, in Joseph W. Dellapenna & Joyeeta Gupta eds, The Evolution of the Law and Politics of Water (Springer, 2009), p. 157-73.
D, Mosse, 'The rule of water: uncertainty and the cultural ecology of water in south India'. In Terje Tvedt and Terje Oestigaard (eds) The ideas of water. IB Tauris, pp. 219-230.
V.S. Saravanan, G.T McDonald and P. P. Mollinga, ‘Critical review of Integrated Water Resources Management: Moving beyond polarised discourse’, Natural Resources Forum 33: 76–86.
L. E. D. Smith and K. S. Porter, ‘Management of Catchments for the Protection of Water Resources: Drawing on the New York City Watershed Experience’, Regional Environmental Change, published on-line 23 October 2009, DOI 10.1007/s10113-009-0102-z.
K. Bayliss and B. Fine, (eds) Privatization and Alternative Public Sector Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa: Delivering on Electricity and Water. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
P. P. Mollinga, ‘Water, politics and development: Framing a political sociology of water resources management.’ Water Alternatives 1(1): 7‐23. www.water-alternatives.org
D. Mosse. 'Epilogue: The cultural politics of water - a comparative perspective'. In Special issue on 'The Power of Water: Landscape, Water &the State in Southern & Eastern Africa' Journal of South African Studies (JSAS) 34 (4): 937-946.
D. Mosse. 'Collective action, common property and social capital in south India: an anthropological commentary'. In Isha Ray & Pranab Bardhan (eds.) The contested commons: conversations between economists and anthropologists. Oxford: Blackwell; pp. 83-106.
M.A. Burton, L.E.D. Smith and J.Roux, ‘Toolkit for Monitoring and Evaluation of Agricultural Water Management Projects’, The World Bank, Washington D.C.
Smith, L.E.D., ‘Local and Adaptive Management of Catchments for the Protection of Water Quality: Drawing on International Experience’, in K. Crighton, and R. Audsley, (ed.) Land Management in a Changing Environment, Proceedings of the SAC and SEPA Biennial Conference, Agriculture and the Environment VII, Edinburgh, 26-27 March 2008.
K. Bayliss 'Privatising Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: The MDG Impact' UNDP International Poverty Center, Research Brief No.3.
P. Cullet ed., The Sardar Sarovar Dam Project: Selected Documents (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007) 472p.
P. Cullet, ‘The Sardar Sarovar Dam Project: An Overview’, in P. Cullet ed., Sardar Sarovar Dam Project: Selected Documents (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007) pp.1-40.
P. P. Mollinga, R. Meinzen-Dick and D.J. Merrey. ‘Politics, plurality and problemsheds: a strategic action approach for agricultural water resources management reform.’ Development Policy Review 25(6): 699-719.
D. Mosse. 'Ecology, uncertainty and memory: imagining a medieval irrigated landscape in south India’, In Amita Baviskar (ed.) Waterscapes: The Cultural Politics of a Natural Resource. Delhi: Permanent Black.
P. Cullet, ‘Water Law Reforms – Analysis of Recent Developments’, 48/2 Journal of the Indian Law Institute (2006) p. 206-31.
D. Mosse. 'Rule and representation: transformations in the governance of the water commons in British south India'. Journal of Asian Studies 65 (1): 61-90
D. Mosse. ‘The rule of water: statecraft, ecology and collective action in south India’, (2nd edn.) Oxford India Paperbacks, 2005, 1-344, ISBN 019567220 8)