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Título : Identification and measurement of complementarity variables in strategic projects of water irrigation from the sustainability practices. Case: Republic of Ecuador
Autor : Gallardo Carrillo, Galo Fernando
Melia Martí, Elena
García Mollá, M.
Artacho Ramírez, Miguel Ángel
Palabras clave : PROYECTOS DE RIEGO
RECURSOS HIDRÍCOS
Fecha de publicación : 2016
Editorial : Switzerland: Springer International Publishing
Citación : Gallardo Carrillo, G. F. y otros (2016). Identification and measurement of complementarity variables in strategic projects of water irrigation from the sustainability practices. Case: Republic of Ecuador. Revista Project Management and Engineering Research, pp. 11-26.
Resumen : Based on the assessment of water resources in Ecuador and strategic water projects in this country, questions were raised about the need to complement these projects under the sustainability approach, effectively balancing the original intentions, needs and environments with the services currently offered. To do so, 32 variables of complementarity were identified and characterized: 7 economic variables, 11 environmental variables and 14 social variables. These variables were used to perform an expert panel assessment of 16 strategic projects from the irrigation water sector in Ecuador. Experts assessed the current implementation of such practices, the performance level achieved and their relative importance. The results allow to identify, assess and prioritize gaps in such projects, in existing complementarity from the initial planning stages, providing a basis to address these gaps in future projects.
URI : http://www.dspace.uce.edu.ec/handle/25000/13758
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