International, interstate and intrastate disputes and mechanisms for cooperation are discussed. The authors examine conflicts from various world regions, including Australia (Murray-Darling basin), Latin America (Chile), the Middle East (Israel and Gaza), the U.S. (California, Florida's Everglades, and the Chesapeake Bay), and Africa (South Africa, Lesotho).This book demonstrates what the discipline of economics has to offer as support for analyzing cooperation on management of trans-boundary water resources.
|Title||:||Conflict and Cooperation on Trans-Boundary Water Resources|
|Author||:||Richard E. Just, Sinaia Netanyahu|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1998-01-31|