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Large Dams in India: Environmental, Social & Economic Impacts

Shekhar Singh (Editor) Pranab Banerji (Editor)
Synopsis This publication is an effort to make available, to a wider audience, the two reports prepared for the World Commission on Dams (WCD) by the Indian Institute of Public Administration, one on the financial, economic and distributional aspects, and the other on the environmental and social impacts, of large dams in India. These reports were a part of the larger India Country Study that was commissioned by the WCD. The India Country Study, as submitted to the WCD, contained summaries of these two IIPA reports along with the following chapters: Large Dams in India: a historical review by R. Rangachari; Large Dams in India: a brief review by Nirmal Sengupta. Dam projects: the framework of laws, policies, institutions and procedures by Ramaswamy R. Iyer. Assessment of options by Nirmal Sengupta. The India Country Study also contained a final chapter, which was the only chapter in the report that all the authors jointly wrote. This chapter, titled "Some Agreed Conclusions", has also been included in this publication.
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Title Large Dams in India: Environmental, Social & Economic Impacts
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8186641165
length xvi+338p., Tables