Rutgerd Boelens mostly deals with Politics, Corporate governance, Political economy, Governmentality and Law. His research in Politics intersects with topics in Economic Justice and State. His Corporate governance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Backwardness and Water resource management.
As a part of the same scientific study, Rutgerd Boelens usually deals with the Political economy, concentrating on Natural resource and frequently concerns with Social system, Economic growth, Differentiation and Legislation. His Governmentality study combines topics in areas such as Neoliberalism and Identity. His work focuses on many connections between Law and other disciplines, such as Law and economics, that overlap with his field of interest in Empowerment.
His primary areas of investigation include Politics, Political economy, Corporate governance, Governmentality and Environmental planning. His Politics research incorporates themes from Economic Justice, Economy and Power. His Power research incorporates elements of Identity and Field.
His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Self-governance, Latin Americans, State, Collective action and Legitimacy. His Governmentality research includes themes of Government, Rationality and Neoliberalism. His Environmental planning study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Control and Water resource management.
Rutgerd Boelens spends much of his time researching Politics, Economy, Corporate governance, Governmentality and Political economy. His Politics study incorporates themes from Citizen journalism, Adversary and Power. Rutgerd Boelens interconnects Rural area and Urban water in the investigation of issues within Economy.
His Corporate governance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Normalization, Solidarity, Cultural diversity and Conceptualization. Rutgerd Boelens combines subjects such as State, Government, Appeal to nature, Constitution and Public opinion with his study of Governmentality. His Political economy research integrates issues from Commons and Technocracy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Economy, Politics, Livelihood, Urban water and Corporate governance. He has researched Economy in several fields, including Rural area, Adversary, Modernity, Body of knowledge and Interview. His work deals with themes such as Flood myth and Political ecology, which intersect with Rural area.
His Politics research includes themes of Government and State. His Corporate governance study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Elite. The various areas that he examines in his Governmentality study include Utopia, Tourism, Dictatorship, Constitution and Public opinion.
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Hydrosocial territories: a political ecology perspective
Rutgerd Boelens;Jaime Hoogesteger;Erik Swyngedouw;Jeroen Vos.
Water International (2016)
Cultural politics and the hydrosocial cycle: Water, power and identity in the Andean highlands
Rutgerd Boelens;Rutgerd Boelens.
Defining, researching and struggling for water justice: some conceptual building blocks for research and action
Margreet Z. Zwarteveen;Rutgerd Boelens.
Water International (2014)
The danger of naturalizing water policy concepts: Water productivity and efficiency discourses from field irrigation to virtual water trade
Rutgerd Boelens;Jeroen Vos.
Agricultural Water Management (2012)
The Politics of Disciplining Water Rights
Development and Change (2009)
Out of the Mainstream: Water Rights, Politics and Identity
Rutgerd Boelens;David H. Getches;Armando Guevara-Gil.
Reductionist and integrative research approaches to complex water security policy challenges
Mark Zeitoun;Bruce Lankford;Tobias Krueger;Tim Forsyth.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2016)
Liquid Relations: Contested Water Rights and Legal Complexity
Dik Roth;Rutgerd Boelens;Margreet Zwarteveen.
The rules of the game and the game of the rules : normalization and resistance in Andean water control
Searching for equity: conceptions of justice and equity in peasant irrigation.
R. Boelens;G. Dávila.
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