@inbook{IRSIC_1476,
    author = {HASSENFORDER, E. and NOURY, B.},
    title = {Gestion des bassins versants transfrontaliers},
    year = {2012},
    booktitle = {Analyses dans l'environnement : eau et air},
    editor = {Techniques de l'ing\'enieur},
    publisher = {Editions T},
    x-publicationlocation = {Saint-Denis, France},
    abstract = {Il est aujourd'hui commun\'ement admis que la gestion de l'eau doit se faire \`a l'\'echelle d'un bassin versant. Lorsque le bassin versant est transfrontalier, sa gestion est d'autant plus complexe. Cette complexit\'e impose de revoir nos mani\`eres de g\'erer les ressources en eau, de fa\c con \`a mettre en place une gestion multidimensionnelle, participative, transparente, adaptative et flexible. Ce nouveau mode de gestion passe notamment par l'int\'egration d'une approche par projet.},
    keywords = {Gestion;environnement;Eau;},
    x-audience = {Non sp\'ecifi\'ee},
    x-popularlevel = {Non},
    x-publisherlink = {https://www.techniques-ingenieur.fr/base-documentaire/mesures-analyses-th1/analyses-dans-l-environnement-eau-et-air-42831210/gestion-des-bassins-versants-transfrontaliers-p4232/},
    x-language = {},
}

@article{IRSIC_1475,
    author = {HASSENFORDER, E. and NOURY, B.},
    title = {La gestion des projets de coop\'eration dans les bassins transfrontaliers : vers un nouveau paradigme},
    year = {2012},
    journal = {G\'eo\'economie},
    volume = {60},
    pages = {69-76},
    abstract = {Cet article s'int\'eresse \`a la gestion des ressources en eau sous l'angle des projets. Il part du constat selon lequel, malgr\'e le caract\`ere essentiel des projets pour la coop\'eration transfrontali\`ere, leur performance et leur durabilit\'e restent difficiles \`a \'evaluer. Cette difficult\'e peut \^etre attribu\'ee \`a une double complexit\'e li\'ee d'une part \`a l'environnement de l'eau et d'autre part au projet en lui-m\^eme. L'emphase est mise sur la n\'ecessit\'e d'adopter un nouveau mode de management des ressources naturelles et des projets qui soit bas\'e sur cinq principes essentiels : durabilit\'e, multidimensionnalit\'e, mesurabilit\'e, exhaustivit\'e et impr\'evisibilit\'e. This article focuses on the management of water resources from the project perspective. It draws on the conclusion that, despite the fundamental nature of projects for transboundary cooperation, the evaluation of their performance and sustainability remains a challenge. This difficulty can be attributed to a double complexity linked to the water environment on one side and the nature of projects on the other. The article emphasizes on the need to adopt a new management mode for natural resources and inherent projects based on five principles : sustainability, multidimensionality, measurability, comprehensiveness and unpredictability.},
    keywords = {},
    x-audience = {Nationale},
    x-peerreviewing = {Oui},
    x-popularlevel = {Non},
    x-publisherlink = {https://www.cairn.info/revue-geoeconomie-2012-1-p-69.htm},
    doi = {10.3917/geoec.060.0069},
    x-language = {},
}

@inproceedings{IRSIC_1478,
    author = {HASSENFORDER, E. and NOURY, B. and DANIEL, P.},
    title = {Complex Projects Modelling as a Tool to Establish a Cooperation Framework within Transboundary basins},
    year = {2010},
    booktitle = {ISARM2010, International Conference "Transboundary Aquifers : Challenges and new directions"},
    x-conferencestartdate = {2010-12-08},
    x-conferenceenddate = {2010-12-08},
    address = {Paris, France},
    x-conferenceorganizer = {UNESCO, HP-VII/2010/ISARM2010, 6–8 d\'ecembre},
    abstract = {Transboundary aquifers are a relatively new subject. In particular cases, when the resource is confined and its flow is relatively slow, parties tend to wait for a problem to emerge before they start cooperating. Nevertheless, the geological and hydrogeological specificities of transboundary aquifers prove them to be a less contentious resource than surface water and a great factor of cooperation. Unfortunately, the lack of anticipation of risks and uncertainties and the underestimation of the importance of stakeholders' management often leads to conflicts. This article considers the creation of cooperation through the development and implementation of projects (taken in their broad sense). It explains how, by modelling the development of cooperation projects, it is possible to anticipate the risks and uncertainties that can give rise to conflicts and overcome them in order to ensure the success of both project and cooperation. A study of transboundary cooperation water projects in ten different basins is reported here, with a focus on the “Guarani Aquifer System Project' (SAG) between Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay that ended in 2009. This study is based on the scientific application of Development Modeling© techniques that help defining, evaluating and classifying degrees of complexity in the management of large international projects. The study allowed the identification of three main conepts explaining sources of conflicts within transboundary aquifers : Innovation, Instability and Uncertainty. First, the degree of innovation of project processes : transboundary aquifers cooperation projects being a novelty on which stakeholders usually never worked, thus lacking references concerning the working process. Second, the degree of instability of project environment : to be sustainable, a cooperation project at a transboundary scale has to go through a political dimension, which is subject to many changes coming from the environment. Third, the degree of uncertainty of project decision making : certain elements that cannot be forecasted by stakeholders and project management teams can heavily impact the cooperation negatively. This article shows that preparation is necessary for the cooperation project to be sustainable. Complex projects' modelling is one way to consider the system as a whole and to avoid conflicts, whatever their source. Nowadays, the durability of transboundary aquifers' resources does not only depend on technical, but also managerial knowledge, and there is a lot to learn from existing best practices.},
    keywords = {Modelling;conflict anticipation;complexity;risks;uncertainty;stakeholders' management;project;},
    x-audience = {Internationale},
    x-invitedcommunication = {Non},
    x-peerreviewing = {Oui},
    x-proceedings = {Oui},
    x-popularlevel = {Non},
    x-publisherlink = {http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0019/001901/190140e.pdf},
    x-language = {},
}

@techreport{IRSIC_1477,
    author = {HASSENFORDER, E. and NOURY, B.},
    title = {Situation hydropolitique de 10 bassins versants transfrontaliers},
    year = {2010},
    institution = {Oxyo Water},
    x-publicationlocation = {Paris, France},
    pages = {87},
    abstract = {« Entre Deux Eaux » est n\'e d'une id\'ee simple : aller voir sur le terrain comment \'etaient g\'er\'es les projets de coop\'eration transfrontali\`ere dans dix bassins hydrographiques. Forts d'une formation en management de projet et curieux d'appr\'ehender avec un regard neuf de jeune dipl\^om\'e les pratiques existantes dans ce domaine, nous sommes partis pendant dix-neuf mois \`a travers ces dix bassins hydrographiques \`a la rencontre de porteurs de projets.},
    keywords = {bassin versant;politique;},
    x-reporttype = {Rapport technique},
    url = {https://www.pseau.org/outils/biblio/resume.php?docu_document_id=2051},
    x-language = {},
}