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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, 2016
The danger of naturalizing water policy concepts: Water productivity and efficiency discourses from field irrigation to virtual water trade
R Boelens, J Vos
Agricultural water management 108, 16-26, 2012
Water justice
R Boelens, T Perreault, J Vos
Cambridge University Press, 2018
Sustainability standards and the water question
J Vos, R Boelens
Development and Change 45 (2), 205-230, 2014
Legal pluralism, hydraulic property creation and sustainability: The materialized nature of water rights in user-managed systems
R Boelens, J Vos
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 11, 55-62, 2014
Food or flowers? Contested transformations of community food security and water use priorities under new legal and market regimes in Ecuador's highlands
P Mena-Vásconez, R Boelens, J Vos
Journal of Rural Studies 44, 227-238, 2016
Introduction: the multiple challenges and layers of water justice struggles
RA Boelens, JMC Vos, T Perreault
Water justice, 1-32, 2018
De-colonizing water. Dispossession, water insecurity, and Indigenous claims for resources, authority, and territory
JP Hidalgo, R Boelens, J Vos
Water History 9, 67-85, 2017
El agua ante nuevos desafíos
MT Oré, L del Castillo, S Van Orsel, J Vos
Actores e iniciativas en Ecuador. Osfam Internacional, Perú, 2009
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
The politics of land use planning: Gold mining in Cajamarca, Peru
RP Jeronimo, E Rap, J Vos
Land Use Policy 49, 104-117, 2015
Environmental justice movements in globalising networks: A critical discussion on social resistance against large dams
E Shah, J Vos, GJ Veldwisch, R Boelens, B Duarte-Abadía
The Journal of Peasant Studies 48 (5), 1008-1032, 2021
Virtual water trade and the contestation of hydrosocial territories
J Vos, L Hinojosa
Hydrosocial Territories and Water Equity, 331-347, 2017
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
A scale-based framework to understand the promises, pitfalls and paradoxes of irrigation efficiency to meet major water challenges
B Lankford, A Closas, J Dalton, EL Gunn, T Hess, JW Knox, ...
Global Environmental Change 65, 102182, 2020
Water governmentalities: The shaping of hydrosocial territories, water transfers and rural–urban subjects in Latin America
L Hommes, R Boelens, S Bleeker, B Duarte-Abadía, D Stoltenborg, J Vos
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 3 (2), 399-422, 2020
What is the role of the model in socio-hydrology? Discussion of “Prediction in a socio-hydrological world”
LA Melsen, J Vos, R Boelens
Hydrological Sciences Journal 63 (9), 1435-1443, 2018
The power to define resilience in social–hydrological systems: Toward a power‐sensitive resilience framework
A Dewulf, T Karpouzoglou, J Warner, A Wesselink, F Mao, J Vos, P Tamas, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 6 (6), e1377, 2019
The UN world water development report 2016, water and jobs: A critical review
E Shah, J Liebrand, J Vos, GJ Veldwisch, R Boelens
Development and Change 49 (2), 678-691, 2018
Rooted water collectives: Towards an analytical framework
J Vos, R Boelens, JP Venot, M Kuper
Ecological Economics 173, 106651, 2020
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