Record
Title
Navigating Troubled Waters. An analysis of how urban water regimes in the global South reproduce inequality
Type
Dissertation
Publ. year
2014
Author/s
Nastar, Maryam
Department/s
LUCSUS (Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies)
In LUP since
2014-03-28
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