The impact of decentralization on large scale irrigation : evidence from the Philippines

Abstract: Econometric analysis of a 83,000 hectares irrigation system in the Philippines finds that decentralized subsystems are more likely to solve collective action problems such as free-riding, conflict resolution and rule enforcement, and highlights the importance of credible enforcement.

Author(s): Araral, Eduardo K.

Source(s): , Water alternatives; Vol. 4, Issue 2 p. 110-123, ill., tabs Water alternatives Vol. 4, Issue 2

Published: 2011 Water alternatives, [S.l.] (English

ISBN/ISSN: [1965-0175]/

Link: http://www.water-alternatives.org/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=134

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