Edited By: R Quentin Grafton
R. Quentin Grafton brings together more than 90 previously published articles in this two volume collection on the economics of water resources. The articles featured cover a vast range of subjects, locations and methodologies and are divided into nine broad theme areas including environmental valuation, water pollution, irrigation, residential and non-residential water use and water pricing and management. During a period of increased international environmental awareness and change, this collection identifies the most important and influential pieces and will be an invaluable resource for students and water professionals alike.
&i;'We have here a wonderfully comprehensive and inspired collection of the best work on this important natural resource. Water remains a seriously problematic political and economic issue throughout the world. These excellent papers will certainly help us to get the economics of water resources right.'&o;
- Daniel W. Bromley, University of Wisconsin, Madison, US
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