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Can Water Reform Survive Politics? Institutional Change and River Basin Management in Ceara, Northeast Brazil

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  • Lemos, Maria Carmen
  • de Oliveira, Joao Lucio Farias

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  • Lemos, Maria Carmen & de Oliveira, Joao Lucio Farias, 2004. "Can Water Reform Survive Politics? Institutional Change and River Basin Management in Ceara, Northeast Brazil," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 32(12), pages 2121-2137, December.
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