Participant Info

First Name
Sarah
Last Name
Romano
Country
University
University of Northern Colorado
Keywords
Water governance, community-based resource management, social movements, collective action, Central America, Nicaragua.
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Personal Info

About Me

Water and environmental governance; community-based resource management; social movements; collective action; hydraulic fracturing.

Recent Publications

2016. Romano, Sarah T. “Democratizing Discourses: Conceptions of Ownership, Autonomy, and ‘the State’ in Nicaragua’s Rural Water Governance.” Water International 41(1): 74-90, DOI: 10.1080/02508060.2016.1107706.

2014. Lu, F., Ocampo-Raeder, C., Romano, S.T., & Crow, B. “Equitable water governance: Future directions in the understanding and analysis of water inequities in the global South.” Water International 39(2): 129-142. (Correction to authorship here)

2013. Romano, S. T. et al. “Equitable Water Governance across Scales and Disciplines: Conceptualizations, Previous Research, and Future Directions,” paper prepared for the NSF Workshop “Equitable Water Governance across Scales and Disciplines: Conceptualizations, Previous Research, and Future Directions, Feb. 22-23, 2013. Link to paper: Romano, et al. Equitable Water Governance across Scales and Disciplines, 2013.pdf.

2012. Romano, Sarah T. “From Protest to Proposal: The Contentious Politics of the Nicaraguan Anti-Water Privatization Social Movement.”  Bulletin of Latin American Research 31(4): 499-514.

2012. Lipschutz, Ronnie & Sarah T. Romano. “The Cupboard is Full: Public Finances for Public Services in the Global South.” Municipal Services Project, Occasional Paper No. 16 (March).

Media Coverage
Country Focus
Nicaragua

Research Areas

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