Webliography of Water Technology and Policy Framework in India and the World

Journal of Scientometric Research,2020,9,2s,s48-s59.
Published:November 2020
Type:IndiaLics Issue
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Deep Jyoti Francis*, Anup Kumar Das

Center for Studies in Science Policy, School of Social Science, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, INDIA.

Abstract:

For a long time, knowledge asymmetry has been attributed to uneven growth and development across countries. Today, when issues of access to safe and affordable drinking water are not only a national concern and cooperation across the world are pushing towards sustainable goals, web portals, publication of reports by institutions involved in international and national water technology and policy activities are facilitating knowledge exchange. These platforms have developed indicators to assess the water-related concerns and share best management practices, sustainable approaches and data, making knowledge accessible for all. Also, recently bibliometric and scientometric studies have developed tools to assess research in the area of the water sector. This webliography is an effort to produce a comprehensive list of activities undertaken by institutions participating in the knowledge creation and knowledge dissemination process in the area of water internationally as well as in India.

Webliography of Water Technology and Policy Framework in India and the World

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Francis DJyoti, Das AKumar. Webliography of Water Technology and Policy Framework in India and the World. Journal of Scientometric Research. 2020;9(2s):s48-s59. doi:10.5530/jscires.9.2s.36.