Evolution of Pakistan’s Water Infrastructure and Analysis of Water Policy Processes

Evolution of Pakistan’s Water Infrastructure and Analysis of Water Policy Processes Author :
Publisher : ProQuest
Pub Date : 2009
Page : 235
Language : en
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The study discovered that there were mainly three coalitions in the water sector; the developers, the economists, and the environmentalists. These coalitions will likely continue to contest for future policy options. The ACF maintains that such core-to-core contest, however, leads to stalemate since core beliefs are, by definition, stable and not susceptible to change. The case study also finds, in the wake of stalemate, the rival coalitions went through a process of policy oriented learning, which might have prepared them for policy change. As each of these competing coalitions, while supporting ACF’s premises to some extent agreed to alter something in its policy core beliefs and the secondary aspects concerning water resources, but remained consistent with its deep core beliefs. Finally, study concludes that two severe droughts in past two decades played a major role in setting the policy debate in motion.



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