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Universitat Politècnica de València (2014)

Water as social and economic resource. Resolving questions about sharing water in Central Asia

Avazbekova, Meerim

Titre : Water as social and economic resource. Resolving questions about sharing water in Central Asia

Agua como recurso social y económico. La resolución de preguntas sobre compartimiento de agua en Asia Central

Auteur : Avazbekova, Meerim

Université de soutenance : Universitat Politècnica de València

Grade : Máster Universitario en Gestión de Empresas, Productos y Servicios- 2014

Résumé
Water dispute is a matter that affects neighbour countries and regions along the World. Central Asia is one of the regions where these conflicts occur between countries which share water resources from theirs river basins. Literature about water resources has give n different solutions to cooperation in the dispute question. For example, Judkins & Larson (2010) review the use of a workgroup process in the conflict over the Colorado River. Teasley & McKinney (2011) use game theory to explain how cooperation would benefit to all countries implicated in the dispute. Read et al (2014) consider a model that takes into account both optimality and stability, while Ward (2013) points out some strategic errors to avoid and assure negotiations stability, and Karimov et al (2012) illustrate the alternative of a “second best” solution. The main of this project is to analyse literature about conflicts in water resources and summarise the solutions offered by authors. Then, these solutions will be analysed for the specific case of Central Asia and on Kyrgyzstan’s example

Mots Clés  : Central Asia , Water management , Kyrgyzstan , Basin , Riparian countries , Aral sea , Water sharing , Hydro Power Plants (HPP) , Asia Central , Gestión del agua , Kirguistán , Agua , Syr Darya , Amu Darya

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