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Institutional factors affecting irrigation performance in Pakistan: research and policy priorities

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  • Bandaragoda, Don Jayatissa
  • Firdousi, G.R.

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The strong irrigation tradition has sustained the broad based community interest in irrigation. The result is a very complex institutional milieu in which a set of formally established irrigation rules and organizations exists side by side with an intricate set of social institutions. The two sets act like a dual system often in conflict with each other. The authors, while analyzing the present institutional barriers, have highlighted the importance of irrigation rules and procedures in the institutional framework.

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  • Bandaragoda, Don Jayatissa & Firdousi, G.R., 1992. "Institutional factors affecting irrigation performance in Pakistan: research and policy priorities," IWMI Books, International Water Management Institute, number 113726.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:iwmibo:113726
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    1. Shah, Tushaar, 2007. "Issues in reforming informal water economies of low-income countries: examples from India and elsewhere," IWMI Books, Reports H040688, International Water Management Institute.

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