By Raul Pacheco-Vega (@raulpacheco), Centre for Economic Research and Training Governance is such an elusive concept to define, even though public policy scholars have been drawn to it almost naturally. My first exposure to the literature on governance occurred while I was studying for my PhD comprehensive exams. I became obsessed with the work of … Continue reading What is the Future of Water Governance Scholarship?
By Martin Livermore (@scialliance), The Scientific Alliance Typhoon Haiyan has been a personal tragedy for many Filipinos. The pictures of destruction, the heartrending stories of loss and the inability to get aid delivered quickly because of damage to infrastructure highlighted once again the terrible forces that Nature can unleash. This coincided with the latest round … Continue reading Appropriate Responses to Natural Disasters