Water scarcity, whether in the quality or quantity dimension, afflicts most countries. Decisions on water management and allocation over time, space, and among uses and users involve economic considerations. This Handbook assembles research that represents recent thinking and applications in water economics. The book chapters are written by leading scholars in the field who address issues related to its use, management, and value. The topics cover analytical methods, sectoral and intersectoral water issues, and issues associated with different sources of water.Jehle, G.A. and P.J. Reny (2001), Advanced Microeconomic Theory, Boston, MA: Addison-Wesley. ... Institute, available at http://www.iwmi.cgiar.org/Publications/ IWMI_Research_Reports/PDF/PUB110/RR110.pdf (accessed 24 May 2014).
|Title||:||Handbook of Water Economics|
|Author||:||Ariel Dinar, Kurt Schwabe|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Publishing - 2015-09-25|