- Title Pages
- Tables, Figures, and Boxes
- Introduction: Technology and Institutions in Irrigation Water Management—Match or Mismatch?
- 1 Analysing Water Control: Interdisciplinarity, Socio-technical Approach, and Institutions in Water Management
- 2 Decentralization, Water Rights, and Markets: Bridging the Technology–Policy Gap in Indian Irrigation
- 3 The Local Politics of Policy in the Andhra Pradesh Irrigation Reforms
- 4 Irrigation Technology and Irrigation Management Reform: The Case of the Terai Region in Nepal
- 5 Irrigation Technology, Agro-ecology, and Water Rights in the Mid-hills of Nepal
- 6 Groundwater Irrigation Development, Conjunctive Use, and the Evolution of Water Use Complexes in the Nepalese Terai
- 7 Social Differentiation and the Politics of Access to Groundwater in North Gujarat
- 8 Transformation of Tank Irrigation Policy and Technology on the Interface of a Recursive State–Society Relationship
- 9 Property Rights, Water Resources, and Technology: The Missing Ecological Link
- 10 The Political Economy of Tank Management in Tamil Nadu
- 11 Micro-hydel and Irrigation: Is Any Other Water Technology Different?<sup>1</sup>
- 12 Boundary Concepts for the Interdisciplinary Analysis of Irrigation Water Management in South Asia
- Controlling the Water
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