MENGA, Filippo
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
EU - Europa 3.388
NA - Nord America 1.004
AS - Asia 265
AF - Africa 16
OC - Oceania 9
SA - Sud America 9
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 2
Totale 4.693
Nazione #
IE - Irlanda 1.589
GB - Regno Unito 1.013
US - Stati Uniti d'America 930
IT - Italia 374
FR - Francia 178
CN - Cina 81
CA - Canada 69
SE - Svezia 52
DE - Germania 44
SG - Singapore 39
NL - Olanda 37
PL - Polonia 37
KR - Corea 30
IN - India 21
KZ - Kazakistan 18
TR - Turchia 18
VN - Vietnam 15
HK - Hong Kong 13
IR - Iran 11
CH - Svizzera 9
AU - Australia 8
NO - Norvegia 8
BR - Brasile 7
ME - Montenegro 6
UA - Ucraina 6
ZA - Sudafrica 6
BG - Bulgaria 5
GR - Grecia 4
PT - Portogallo 4
RO - Romania 4
AT - Austria 3
EG - Egitto 3
FI - Finlandia 3
GE - Georgia 3
JP - Giappone 3
PK - Pakistan 3
TZ - Tanzania 3
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 2
AL - Albania 2
BE - Belgio 2
CU - Cuba 2
DO - Repubblica Dominicana 2
EE - Estonia 2
ES - Italia 2
ID - Indonesia 2
NG - Nigeria 2
RU - Federazione Russa 2
TH - Thailandia 2
A1 - Anonimo 1
A2 - ???statistics.table.value.countryCode.A2??? 1
AM - Armenia 1
BO - Bolivia 1
DK - Danimarca 1
DZ - Algeria 1
KE - Kenya 1
KG - Kirghizistan 1
LV - Lettonia 1
MX - Messico 1
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 1
PH - Filippine 1
PY - Paraguay 1
UZ - Uzbekistan 1
Totale 4.693
Città #
Dublin 1.572
Southend 917
Princeton 118
Ashburn 90
Jacksonville 68
Chandler 65
Shanghai 64
Toronto 41
Dalmine 40
Quartu Sant'Elena 40
San Mateo 35
Washington 35
Wilmington 34
Ogden 33
Warsaw 32
Ann Arbor 29
Fairfield 27
Seoul 27
Rome 25
Altamura 24
Amsterdam 24
Andover 22
Pune 20
London 16
Seattle 16
Manchester 15
Cagliari 14
Castellamonte 14
Dong Ket 14
Kocaeli 14
Vancouver 14
Ciampino 13
Houston 10
Milan 10
Redwood City 10
Brescia 9
San Diego 9
Atlanta 8
Mountain View 7
Central 6
Miami 6
Naples 6
Podgorica 6
Athens 5
Bergamo 5
Cambridge 5
Ghedi 5
Guangzhou 5
Mantova 5
Saint Louis 5
Sofia 5
Southampton 5
Torino 5
Turin 5
Almada 4
Boone 4
Carbonia 4
Chicago 4
Lecco 4
Lexington 4
Newquay 4
Norwalk 4
Oslo 4
As 3
Bismarck 3
Bristol 3
Bussy-Saint-Georges 3
Calgary 3
Central District 3
Cologne 3
Columbia 3
Ferrara 3
Frankfurt am Main 3
Hanover 3
Hounslow 3
Izmir 3
Kilburn 3
Lappeenranta 3
Leawood 3
Liverpool 3
Los Angeles 3
Mainz 3
Newcastle upon Tyne 3
Ottawa 3
Palo Alto 3
Paris 3
Sassari 3
Scandicci 3
Staten Island 3
Sydney 3
Tbilisi 3
Tower Hamlets 3
Wageningen 3
Woodbridge 3
Zanjan 3
Zweidlen-Dorf 3
Acton 2
Adro 2
Assemini 2
Astana 2
Totale 3.797
Nome #
Small steps 157
Water insecurity: a case study of the Aral Sea basin 150
Virtual Forum introduction: Populist ecologies: Nature, nationalism, and authoritarianism 145
To forty more years of Political Geography 135
Water, technology and the Nation-State 134
Making time in 2020 134
In the shadows of power: The infrastructural violence of thermal power generation in Ghana's coastal commodity frontier 131
Political geography in and for 2020 127
Apocalypse yesterday: Posthumanism and comics in the Anthropocene 123
Populist Ecologies 123
Linking Water Scarcity to Mental Health: Hydro-Social Interruptions in the Lake Urmia Basin, Iran 119
Kazakhstan 119
Making and breaking boundaries in times of transition 118
Monitoring Transboundary Water Cooperation in SDG 6.5.2: How a Critical Hydropolitics Approach Can Spot Inequitable Outcomes 116
Constructing a dam nation? Considerations on the Rogun Dam in Tajikistan 109
Uzbekistan 109
Researchers in the Panopticon? Geographies of Research, Fieldwork, and Authoritarianism 108
Hydropolis: Reinterpreting the polis in water politics 108
Thematic Input Paper 2: Actors, Approaches and Cooperation Related to Water Management and Natural Hazards Under Climate Change in Central Asia and the Caucasus 108
Fostering Tajik Hydraulic Development: Examining the Role of Soft Power in the Case of the Rogun Dam 106
Power and Water in Central Asia 105
Kyrgyzstan 101
Thematic Input Paper 3: Pathways to sustainable solutions to manage water and reduce disaster risks under climate change in Central Asia and the Caucasus 101
The High Priests of Global Development: Capitalism, Religion and the Political Economy of Sacrifice in a Celebrity‐led Water Charity 101
Building a nation through a dam: the case of Rogun in Tajikistan 100
Bigger is Better or how Governments Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Megaprojects 97
The ‘Water Relations in Central Asia Dataset’ (WRCAD). An online tool for researchers, practitioners and students 97
Il futuro dell'acqua 96
State-run media outlets in Central Asia: external regime legitimation through regional conflict and cooperation framing 96
The Circle of Hydro-Hegemony between riparian states, development policies and borderlands: Evidence from the Talas waterscape (Kyrgyzstan-Kazakhstan) 96
Double exposure to capitalist expansion and climatic change: a study of vulnerability on the Ghanaian coastal commodity frontier 96
Domestic and International Dimensions of Transboundary Water Politics 93
Transboundary ‘hydro-hegemony’: 10 years later 93
Reconceptualizing hegemony: the circle of hydro-hegemony 92
Space, state-building and the hydraulic mission: Crafting the Mozambican state 92
Beyond bibliometrics 92
Turkmenistan 86
Lo sfruttamento delle risorse idriche in Asia centrale 86
States of Water 84
Public construction and nation-building in Tajikistan 82
Transboundary water interaction III: contest and compliance 80
Critically reflecting on the PolGRG Book Prize 77
Smaller human populations are neither a necessary nor sufficient condition for biodiversity conservation 63
Philantrocapitalism and the re-making of global water charity 61
La governance globale dell’acqua nel ventunesimo secolo: il ruolo delle organizzazioni benefiche 57
Smaller human populations are still not a necessary condition for biodiversity conservation: A response to Cafaro et al. (2023) 56
Populist Ecologies 52
Care, continuity, and meaningful change 25
Sustainability and impossible worlds 9
Crisi idrica, filantropia e privatizzazioni. Esce Sete, il nuovo libro di Filippo Menga 7
Crisi idrica, il catastrofismo produce soluzioni sbagliate 6
Il nesso strategico fra populismo, nazionalismo e risorse idriche 5
Il mondo inizia ad avere sete 4
L'acqua e le infrastrutture idriche sono vittime della guerra 3
Totale 4.870
Categoria #
all - tutte 19.566
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 19.566


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2020/2021813 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 336 220 219 38
2021/20221.061 67 90 86 44 127 141 97 37 74 125 121 52
2022/2023793 146 93 94 41 56 69 27 26 46 32 99 64
2023/20242.203 25 61 54 93 102 424 1.234 113 79 18 0 0
Totale 4.870