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2016 | t. 17, z. 3, cz. 1 Desarollo regional : Modelos, actores, gestión | 105--118
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Efectos en el Desarrollo Local y Regional por Distribución Institucional de las Aguas de la Cuenca Rio Verde, México

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The Effects of the Institutional Division of Water on Local and Regional Development in Rio Verde Basin, Mexico
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Since the last decade of the twentieth century has been remarkable in many countries and / or regions, the social and political problems related to the availability and distribution of water, issues involving spatial dimensions, both local as regional levels and for many governments even when is displayed as a priority to attend, not always the decisions eliminate conflicts of interest between the resource users.
In Mexico, historically has been stating that geographically, the availability of water resources has come to an end in the metropolitan area of G uadalajara (Mexico) and the city of Leon, Guanajuato (Mexico) and that this situation requires water transfers, given the exponential growth of urban and industrial centers affected by the process of economic globalization.
Therefore, the purpose of this document is to present the different legal and institutional arrangements in relation to the distribution and use of water in the basin of the Rio Verde, which allow inferences of social and economic conditions that may affect regional development derived legal actions that establish management guidelines of national waters in this basin, intended as reserves for domestic and urban public use and its transfer to the metropolitan area of Guadalajara and the city of Leon, Guanajuato. (original abstract)
  • Universidad De Guadalajara, México
  • Universidad De Guadalajara, México
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