Jaime Hoogesteger
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Hydrosocial territories: A political ecology perspective
R Boelens, J Hoogesteger, E Swyngedouw, J Vos, P Wester
Water International 41 (1), 1-14 Doi: 10.1080/02508060.2016.1134898, 2016
Groundwater: a global assessment of scale and significance
T Shah, J Burke, K Villholth, M Angelica, E Custodio, ...
Water for Food, Water for Life, 395-423, 2007
Territorial pluralism: water users' multi-scalar struggles against state ordering in Ecuador's highlands
J Hoogesteger, R Boelens, M Baud
Hydrosocial Territories and Water Equity, 266-281, 2017
Water reform governmentality in Ecuador: Neoliberalism, centralization, and the restraining of polycentric authority and community rule-making
R Boelens, J Hoogesteger, M Baud
Geoforum 64, 281-291 doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2013.07., 2015
Grassroots scalar politics: Insights from peasant water struggles in the Ecuadorian and Peruvian Andes
J Hoogesteger, A Verzijl
Geoforum 62, 13-23, 2015
Intensive groundwater use and (in) equity: Processes and governance challenges
J Hoogesteger, P Wester
Environmental science & policy 51, 117-124, 2015
Commoditizing water territories: The clash between Andean water rights cultures and payment for environmental services policies
R Boelens, J Hoogesteger, JC Rodriguez de Francisco
Capitalism Nature Socialism 25 (3), 84-102, 2014
Assessment of the development of aquifer management councils (COTAS) for sustainable groundwater management in Guanajuato, Mexico
P Wester, RS Minero, J Hoogesteger
Hydrogeology Journal 19 (4), 889, 2011
Trans-Forming Social Capital Around Water: Water User Organizations, Water Rights, and Nongovernmental Organizations in Cangahua, the Ecuadorian Andes
J Hoogesteger
Society & Natural Resources 26 (1), 60-74 DOI. 10.1080/08941920.2012.689933, 2013
Local IWRM organizations for groundwater regulation: The experiences of the Aquifer Management Councils (COTAS) in Guanajuato, Mexico
P Wester, J Hoogesteger, L Vincent
Natural Resources Forum 33 (1), 29-38, 2009
Regulating groundwater use: The challenges of policy implementation in Guanajuato, Central Mexico
J Hoogesteger, P Wester
Environmental Science & Policy 77, 107-113, 2017
Riverhood: Political ecologies of socionature commoning and translocal struggles for water justice
R Boelens, A Escobar, K Bakker, L Hommes, E Swyngedouw, ...
The Journal of Peasant Studies 50 (3), 1125-1156, 2023
Democratizing water governance from the grassroots: The development of Interjuntas-Chimborazo in the Ecuadorian Andes
J Hoogesteger
Human Organization 71 (1), 76-86, 2012
Governmentalities, hydrosocial territories & recognition politics: The making of objects and subjects for climate change adaptation in Ecuador
M Mills-Novoa, R Boelens, J Hoogesteger, J Vos
Geoforum 115, 90-101, 2020
Struggling with scales: revisiting the boundaries of river basin management
JF Warner, P Wester, J Hoogesteger
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 1 (5), 469-481, 2014
Old wine in new bottles: the adaptive capacity of the hydraulic mission in Ecuador.
JF Warner, J Hoogesteger, J Pablo Hidalgo
Water Alternatives 10 (2), 2017
Normative structures, collaboration and conflict in irrigation; a case study of the Pillaro North Canal Irrigation System, Ecuadorian Highlands
J Hoogesteger
International Journal of the Commons 9 (1), 398-415, 2015
(Re) making hydrosocial territories: Materializing and contesting imaginaries and subjectivities through hydraulic infrastructure
L Hommes, J Hoogesteger, R Boelens
Political Geography 97, 102698, 2022
Territorios hidrosociales: una perspectiva de la ecología política
R Boelens, J Hoogesteger, E Swyngedouw, J Vos, P Wester
C. Salamanca y F. Astudillo (Comp.), Recursos, Vínculos y Territorios …, 2017
Villains or heroes? Farmers' adjustments to water scarcity
F Molle, JP Venot, M Lannerstad, J Hoogesteger
Irrigation and Drainage 59 (4), 419-431, 2010
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