Big plans for water reform are a common feature of contemporary politics. The European Union’s Water Framework Directive, the South African Government’s National Water Management Strategy and the Australian Government’s Murray-Darling Basin Plan are typical examples. Almost invariably, however, the aims of these plans are only partially realised. It can be argued that surprise at such disappointments is the result of not understanding the policy process. In most cases policy initiatives are...[Show more]
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