This book aims to develop a general economic model which integrates the quantity and quality issues of water resource management. This new edition updates and expands on the exposition of the authors' central theses concerning: The integration of water quantity-quality issues; the drawbacks of public control, regulation and enforcement, privatization; and the unification and centralization of water management at river basin level.
'The authors of this worthwhile book should be commended for their thorough research of numerous aspects of water quantity, quality, economics and management of water resources, and modeling for water quality-discriminant pricing. ... this book is of interest to all concerned with water resources. ... a thorough, timely, and valuable contribution to the literature on water resources. From an academic perspective, this book would make an excellent supplemental text for an economics course on both the undergraduate and graduate levels.' Quarterly Bulletin of the Iranian Academic Association in North America, 3:1-2 (1998)
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