In many parts of the world, there is a substantial disconnect between existing water institutions and the institutions needed to ensure sustainable water supplies for the future. Implementing large-scale institutional change is politically challenging. In many cases, changes must emerge from political bargaining or negotiation. Accordingly, there is substantial literature looking at applications of negotiation theory to water policy. Carraro, Marchiori, and Sgobbi (2007) review this literature in detail
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