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Karen Bakker
Karen Bakker
Professor, Geography, University of British Columbia
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The “commons” versus the “commodity”: Alter‐globalization, anti‐privatization and the human right to water in the global south
K Bakker
Antipode 39 (3), 430-455, 2007
13502007
Privatizing water: governance failure and the world's urban water crisis
K Bakker
Privatizing Water, 2011
13152011
An uncooperative commodity: Privatizing water in England and Wales
KJ Bakker
Oxford University Press, 2004
11012004
Material worlds? Resource geographies and thematter of nature'
K Bakker, G Bridge
Progress in human geography 30 (1), 5-27, 2006
10882006
Water security: Debating an emerging paradigm
C Cook, K Bakker
Global environmental change 22 (1), 94-102, 2012
10772012
Neoliberalizing nature? Market environmentalism in water supply in England and Wales
K Bakker
Annals of the association of American Geographers 95 (3), 542-565, 2005
10392005
The limits of ‘neoliberal natures’: Debating green neoliberalism
K Bakker
Progress in human geography 34 (6), 715-735, 2010
6872010
Water security: research challenges and opportunities
K Bakker
Science 337 (6097), 914-915, 2012
6642012
Archipelagos and networks: urbanization and water privatization in the South
K Bakker
Geographical Journal 169 (4), 328-341, 2003
5952003
Governance failure: Rethinking the institutional dimensions of urban water supply to poor households
K Bakker, M Kooy, NE Shofiani, EJ Martijn
World Development 36 (10), 1891-1915, 2008
4262008
The politics of hydropower: developing the Mekong
K Bakker
Political Geography 18 (2), 209-232, 1999
4111999
Water: Political, biopolitical, material
K Bakker
Social studies of science 42 (4), 616-623, 2012
4032012
A political ecology of water privatization
KJ Bakker
Studies in political economy 70 (1), 35-58, 2003
3942003
From State to Market?: Water Mercantilización in Spain
K Bakker
Environment and planning A 34 (5), 767-790, 2002
3672002
Privatizing water, producing scarcity: The Yorkshire drought of 1995
KJ Bakker
Economic geography 76 (1), 4-27, 2000
3652000
Transgressing scales: Water governance across the Canada–US borderland
ES Norman, K Bakker
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (1), 99-117, 2009
3032009
Debating the ‘post-neoliberal turn’in Latin America
JS Yates, K Bakker
Progress in human geography 38 (1), 62-90, 2014
3012014
Technologies of government: Constituting subjectivities, spaces, and infrastructures in colonial and contemporary Jakarta
M Kooy, K Bakker
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 32 (2), 375-391, 2008
3012008
Water governance in Canada: Innovation and fragmentation
K Bakker, C Cook
Water Resources Development 27 (02), 275-289, 2011
3002011
The ambiguity of community: Debating alternatives to private-sector provision of urban water supply
K Bakker
Water alternatives 1 (2), 236-252, 2008
2792008
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