Surveys & Survey Methods

Water Economics, Policy and Governance Group (WEPGN)




Surveys & Survey Methods

This theme contributes to Insight through efforts to advance survey design methodology and to Connections by building important databases relating to water users’ and community members’ perceptions, values and attitudes towards water and by providing training for graduate students in survey design and implementation.

WEPGN projects within this theme include:

  • Adamowicz: “Economic Analysis of Source Water Protection”
  • Bharadwaj: “Beyond Physical: Impacts of Water Regulations in Saskatchewan First Nations Communities”
  • Bjornlund and Xu: “Social Justice Aspects of Water Allocation Mechanisms”
  • de Loë: “Evaluating Collaborative Approaches to Governance for Water Allocation in Canada: Lessons from Ontario”
  • Harris and Bakker: “Assessing Drinking Water Governance in British Columbia, with focus on Water Quality in First Nations
  • Janmaat: “Measuring and Mobilizing Citizen Preferences for Source Water Protection”
  • Plummer: “Applying Resilience Analysis to a Transboundary River System: Developing Surrogates for Institutions and Governance”
  • Weersink: “Assessing Policies to Improve Water Quality in Agricultural Landscapes”