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Administration and the Distribution of Irrigation Benefits

Irrigation Benefits Robert Wade To assess the likelihood of big improvements in productivity as a result of irrigation and to be reassured that small farmers will at least not be made absolutely worse off, one must know about how irrigation officials at various levels actually make decisions, about the sort of pressures that are brought to bear to them and their response to those pressures. And one must know, too, what decisions they do not make arid the pressures which are not brought to bear on them.

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