Governing International Rivers: Polycentric Politics in the Mekong and the Rhine

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Nature - 263 pages
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'Employing a sophisticated understanding of the interplay between states and nonstate actors, Tun Myint develops a convincing account of the evolution of governance systems for the Rhine and Mekong river basins. In the process, he not only adds to our
 

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Contents

1 Governance and international rivers
1
2 Polycentricity of world politics
20
3 Institutional evolution in the Mekong and the Rhine
45
4 Multilayer environmental governance in the Rhine
75
5 Influence of nonstate actors in governance of the Rhine
100
6 Issues interests and actors in the Pak Mun Dam project
127
7 Influence of nonstate actors on Pak Mun Dam
153
8 Polycentric environmental governance
199
Appendix
220
References
240
Index
255
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