Dr. Anik Bhaduri


Bhaduri Anik and Jens Liebe.  2012.  Cooperation in Trans boundary water sharing with issue linkage: A game-theoretical case study in the Volta Basin.  Journal of Water Resource Planning and Management, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000252   . Further Information
Bhaduri Anik, Upali Amarasinghe and Tushaar Shah.  2012.  An Analysis of Groundwater Irrigation Expansion in India.  International Journal of Environment and Waste Management, Vol. 9, Nos. 3/4   : paper 13   . Further Information


Bhaduri A. and E. Barbier.  2011.  Water Allocation between States in Inter Basin Water Transfer in India.  International Journal of River Basin Management, DOI: 10.1080/15715124.2011.607823   . Further Information
Bhaduri A., U. Manna , E. Barbier and J. Liebe.  2011.  Climate Change and Cooperation in Transboundary Water Sharing: An Application of Stochastic Stackelberg Differential Games in Volta River Basin.  Natural Resources Modeling, 24(4)   : 409-444   . Further Information
Hornidge, A--K., L.Oberkircher, B. Tischbein, G. Schorcht, A. Bhaduri and A.M. Manschadi.  2011.  Reconceptualizing water management in Khorezm, Uzbekistan.  Natural resources Forum, 35 (4)   : 251-268   .


Bhaduri A., U.A. Amarasinghe and T. Shah.  2009.  Groundwater Expansion in Indian Agriculture:Past Trends and Future Opportunities.  Amarasinghe, U. A.; Shah, T.; Malik, R. P. S. (Eds.) India’s water future: Scenarios and issues.. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute..   Download [PDF]
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Sharma Amrita and Anik Bhaduri.  2009.  'THE “TIPPING POINT” IN INDIAN AGRICULTURE:Understanding the Withdrawal of Indian Rural Youth.  Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development, 6(1)   : 83-97   .


Bhaduri A., U.A. Amarasinghe and T. Shah.  2008.  Benefits of Irrigation Water Transfers in the National River Linking Project: A Case Study of Godavari (Polavaram)-Krishna Link in Andhra Pradesh.  Download [PDF]
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Bhaduri Anik and Edward Barbier.  2008.  Linking Rivers in the Ganges-Brahmaputra River Basin:Exploring the Transboundary Effects in Amarasinghe, U.A.; Sharma, B.R., eds. 2008..  Download [PDF]
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Bhaduri, A. and E. B. Barbier.  2008.  International water transfer and sharing: the case of the Ganges River,Environment and Development Economics. 
Bhaduri, A. and E. Barbier.  2008.  Politial Alturism of Water Sharing, B.E. Journals in Economic Analysis & Policy. 


Mathur O. P, P. Sengupta and A. Bhaduri.  1999.  Options for Closing the Revenue Gap of Indian Municipalities National Institute of Public Finance Report. 

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Research themes
  • Governance
  • Governance and conflict
Research countries
  • Bangladesh
  • Burkina Faso
  • Ghana
  • India
  • Uzbekistan
Research projects
Economic and Ecological Restructuring of Land- and Water Use in the Region Khorezm (Uzbekistan) Food Price Volatility and the Poor- Examining the effect of price volatility on sustainable use of natural resource. Global virtual water flow using Multi Region Input -Output Analysis (German Research Foundation and Australian Academy of Science project, collaboration with University of Sydney).

Resource Economics

Additional Information:

Executive Director - Sustainable Water Future Programme (SWFP), Griffith University, Australia

Tutorship of doctoral candidates

Patricia Aidam -"The Impacts of Agricultural Sector Policies on the Demand for Water Resources within the Volta Basin in Ghana, West Africa "

Aziz Karimov-"Economic efficiency analysis of crop producing farms in Uzbekistan explanatory factors and estimation techniques"

Maksud Bekchanov-"Efficient Water Allocation and Water Conservation Policy Modeling in the Aral Sea Basin "

Utkur Djanibekov-"Trees, crops and rural livelihood: Afforestation on marginal croplands in Uzbekistan "

Florence Mc Bain-"Can Improved watre sanitation conditions together with health insurance effectively reduce poverty"


Supervsion of Master Thesis;

Yadira Mori Clement ( First Supervisor)

Masha Motlagh ( First Supervisor)

Former Senior Fellow

Former Division/Group:
Ecology and Natural Resources Management