February 2014


Special issue: Informal Space in the Urban Waterscape
Guest editors: Rhodante Ahlers, Frances Cleaver, Klaas Schwartz

Informal space in the urban waterscape: Disaggregation and co-production of water services
Rhodante Ahlers, Frances Cleaver, Maria Rusca and Klaas Schwartz

Water Alternatives 7(1): 1-14                      Abstract | Full Text - PDF

From formal/informal to emergent formalization: Fluidities in the production of urban waterworlds
Kajri Misra

Water Alternatives 7(1): 15-34                    Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Developing informality: The production of JakartaŹ¼s urban waterscape
Michelle Kooy

Water Alternatives 7(1): 35-53                    Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The persistence of informality: Small-scale water providers in Manila’s post-privatisation era
Deborah Cheng

Water Alternatives 7(1): 54-71                    Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The scale of informality: Community-run water systems in peri-urban Cochabamba, Bolivia
Andrea Marston

Water Alternatives 7(1): 72-88                    Abstract | Full Text - PDF

'Mafias' in the waterscape: Urban informality and everyday public authority in Bangalore
Malini Ranganathan

Water Alternatives 7(1): 89-105                  Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Storage and non-payment: Persistent informalities within the formal water supply of Hubli-Dharwad, India
Zachary Burt and Isha Ray

Water Alternatives 7(1): 106-120                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

'Chasing for water': Everyday practices of water access in peri-urban Ashaiman, Ghana
Megan Peloso and Cynthia Morinville

Water Alternatives 7(1): 121-139                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The gift of water. Social redistribution of water among neighbours in Khartoum
Sebastian Zug and Olivier Graefe

Water Alternatives 7(1): 140-159                Abstract | Full Text - PDF


Community-driven multiple use water services: Lessons learned by the rural village water resources management project in Nepal
Sanna-Leena Rautanen, Barbara van Koppen and Narayan Wagle

Water Alternatives 7(1): 160-177               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Finding structure in diversity: A stepwise small-n/medium-n qualitative comparative analysis approach for water resources management research
Peter P. Mollinga and Daphne Gondhalekar

Water Alternatives 7(1): 178-198               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Searching for comparative international water research: Urban and rural water conservation research in India and the United States
James L. Wescoat Jr.

Water Alternatives 7(1): 199-219               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Historicizing the hydrosocial cycle
Jeremy J. Schmidt

Water Alternatives 7(1): 220-234               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Can mobile-enabled payment methods reduce petty corruption in urban water provision?
Aaron Krolikowski

Water Alternatives 7(1): 235-255               Abstract | Full Text - PDF


Brazil’s Madeira River dams: A setback for environmental policy in Amazonian development
Philip Fearnside

Water Alternatives 7(1): 256-269               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Book Reviews

Water and ethics: A values approach solving the water crisis (Groenfeldt, D. 2013).
Helen Ingram
Water Alternatives 7(1): 270-272               Full Text - PDF

Water, Christianity and the rise of capitalism (Oestergaard, T. 2013).
Tapio S. Katko
Water Alternatives 7(1): 273-274               Full Text - PDF