By: Sanjeev Khagram
288 pages, 8 illus, 3 tabs
Khagram provides a detailed ethnographic account of the transnational struggles around the Narmada River Valley Dam Projects, a huge complex of 30 large and more than 3,000 small dams. He offers a comparative historical analysis of the political economy of big dam projects in India, Brazil, South Africa and China, and examines the changing behaviour of international agencies and global companies.
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