Professor Rob Hope
Professor Rob Hope
School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford University
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Valuing water for sustainable development
DE Garrick, JW Hall, A Dobson, R Damania, RQ Grafton, R Hope, ...
Science 358 (6366), 1003-1005, 2017
Pump-priming payments for sustainable water services in rural Africa
J Koehler, P Thomson, R Hope
World Development 74, 397-411, 2015
Evaluating water policy scenarios against the priorities of the rural poor
RA Hope
World Development 34 (1), 167-179, 2006
GSM-enabled remote monitoring of rural handpumps: a proof-of-concept study
P Thomson, R Hope, T Foster
Journal of Hydroinformatics 14 (4), 829-839, 2012
Evaluating social impacts of watershed development in India
RA Hope
World Development 35 (8), 1436-1449, 2007
A cultural theory of drinking water risks, values and institutional change
J Koehler, S Rayner, J Katuva, P Thomson, R Hope
Global Environmental Change 50, 268-277, 2018
Is community water management the community’s choice? Implications for water and development policy in Africa
R Hope
Water Policy 17 (4), 664-678, 2015
Risks and responses to universal drinking water security
R Hope, M Rouse
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2013
A multi-decadal and social-ecological systems analysis of community waterpoint payment behaviours in rural Kenya
T Foster, R Hope
Journal of Rural Studies 47, 85-96, 2016
Evaluating waterpoint sustainability and access implications of revenue collection approaches in rural K enya
T Foster, R Hope
Water Resources Research 53 (2), 1473-1490, 2017
Rethinking the economics of rural water in Africa
R Hope, P Thomson, J Koehler, T Foster
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 36 (1), 171-190, 2020
Risk factors associated with rural water supply failure: A 30-year retrospective study of handpumps on the south coast of Kenya
T Foster, J Willetts, M Lane, P Thomson, J Katuva, R Hope
Science of the Total Environment 626, 156-164, 2018
Rainfall and groundwater use in rural Kenya
P Thomson, D Bradley, A Katilu, J Katuva, M Lanzoni, J Koehler, R Hope
Science of the Total Environment 649, 722-730, 2019
Linking the hydrological cycle and rural livelihoods: A case study in the Luvuvhu catchment, South Africa
RA Hope, GPW Jewitt, JW Gowing
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 29 (15-18), 1209-1217, 2004
Restoring water quality in the polluted Turag-Tongi-Balu river system, Dhaka: Modelling nutrient and total coliform intervention strategies
P Whitehead, G Bussi, MA Hossain, M Dolk, P Das, S Comber, R Peters, ...
Science of the total environment 631, 223-232, 2018
Forest and Water Policies. The need to reconcile public and science perceptions
I Calder, JM Amezaga, B Aylward, J Bosch, L Fuller, K Gallop, A Gosain, ...
Geologica Acta, 157-166, 2004
Modelling heavy metals in the Buriganga River System, Dhaka, Bangladesh: Impacts of tannery pollution control
PG Whitehead, G Bussi, R Peters, MA Hossain, L Softley, S Shawal, L Jin, ...
Science of the Total Environment 697, 134090, 2019
Negotiating trade-offs: choices about ecosystem services for poverty alleviation
B Vira, B Adams, C Agarwal, S Badiger, RA Hope, J Krishnaswamy, ...
Economic and Political Weekly, 67-75, 2012
Experimental analysis of adoption of domestic mopane worm farming technology in Zimbabwe
RA Hope, PGH Frost, A Gardiner, J Ghazoul
Development Southern Africa 26 (1), 29-46, 2009
Wildlife harvesting, conservation and poverty: the economics of olive ridley egg exploitation
RA Hope
Environmental Conservation 29 (3), 375-384, 2002
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