Part 1 Early papers: the economics of industrial water utilization, Blair T. Bower; the water technology of the industry, George O.G. Lof and Allen V. Kneese; inter-industry variations in the demand for water, Judith Anne Rees; the demand for water -some empirical evidence on consumers' response to a commodity uncertain in supply, Stephen J. Turnovsky. Part 2 Water demand in the manufacturing sector - addressing the issue of self-supply: price responsiveness of the industrial demand for water, Jacob De Rooy; estimating demand for water intake by self-supplied firms, Joseph A. Ziegler and Stephen E. Bell; comments on "estimating demand by self-supplying firms", Ronald Teeples and David Glyer; estimating the structure of industrial water demands - the case of Canadian manufacturing, Steven Renzetti; examining the differences in self- and publicly supplied firms' water demands, Steven Renzetti. Part 3 Cost function models of manufacturing water demands: estimation of substitution possibilities between water and other production inputs, Frederick G. Babin et al; substituting for water inputs in US manufacturing, Charles R. Grebenstein and Barry C. Field. Part 4 Programming models of industrial water use: industrial water demands, J.C. Stone and D. Whittington; an integrated power process model of water use and waste water treatment in chlor-alkali production, F.D. Singleton Jr. et al. Part 5 Non-extractive industrial water use: blue gold -hydro-electric rent in Canada, Richard C. Zuker and Glenn P. Jenkins; marginal economic value of streamflow - a case study for the Colorado River basin, Thomas C. Brown et al. Part 6 Economic analyses of industrial water pollution: residuals management in industry - a case study of petroleum refining, Clifford S. Russell; the response of firms to pollution charges, William A. Sims; economic evaluation of water pollution abatement - a case study of paper and pulp industry in India, Ajit K. Dasgupta and M.N. Murty. Part 7 The value of industrial water use: applications 1 - the case of water used in intermediate goods, Robert A. Young; industry, Diana C. Gibbons. Part 8 Regulating and forecasting industrial water use: modelling and forecasting industrial water use treatment practices, Jack B. Carmichael and Kenneth M. Strzepek; pollution control by effluent charges - it works in the Federal Republic of Germany, why not in the US, Gardner M. Brown and Ralph W. Johnson; structural change implications for industrial water use, D.M. Tate; an assessment of the impact of charging for provincial water use permits, Steven Renzetti and Diane Dupont.