Current Issues in the Economics of Water Resource Management

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Acknowledgements. List of Contributors.
Part 1: Introduction.
Current Issues in the Economics of Water Resource Management: Introduction; P. Pashardes, et al.
Part 2: Demand for Water.
2.1. Residential Demand for Water. Estimating Water Demand under Increasing-Block Tariffs Using Aggregate Data and Proportions of users per Block; R. Martínez-Espiñeira. Long-Run Study of Residential Water Consumption; C. Nauges, A. Thomas. 2.2. Irrigation Water Demand. Evaluating Irrigation Water Demand; C. Bontemps, S. Couture. Hedonic Price Analysis and Selectivity Bias: Water Salinity and Demand for Land; P. Koundouri, P. Pashardes.
Part 3: Water Efficiency.
3.1. Measurement of Water Efficiency. Measuring Irrigation Water Efficiency with a Stochastic Production Frontier: An Application to Greek Out-Of-Season Vegetable Cultivation; G. Karagiannis, et al. 3.2. Efficient Use and Management of Water. Strategic Behavior and Efficiency in the Common Property Extraction of Groundwater; S.J. Rubio, B. Casino. Demand-Side Technology Standards under Inefficient Pricing Regimes: Are They Effective Water Conservation Tools in the Long-Run? C. Timmins.
Part 4: Water Management Policies.
4.1. Water as Multifaceted Resource – Horizontal Management Considerations. Joint Quantity/Quality Management of Groundwater; C.R. Palma. Missing Markets and Redundant Reservoirs: Dams as a Consequence of Inefficient Groundwater Management Policies; B. Groom, T. Swanson. 4.2. Water as an Industrial Management Problem – Vertical Considerations. Regulation of Public Utilities under Asymmetric Information: The Case of Municipal Water Supply in France; S. Garcia, A. Thomas.4.3. Water Policy and Water Practice – Second Best. Policy Instruments for Groundwater Management for Agriculture and Nature in the Netherlands; P.J.G.J. Hellegers, E.C. van Ierland.
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  • Current Issues in the Economics of Water Resource Management
  • Acknowledgements. List of Contributors.
    Part 1: Introduction.
    Current Issues in the Economics of Water Resource Management: Introduction; P. Pashardes, et al.
    Part 2: Demand for Water.
    2.1. Residential Demand for Water. Estimating Water Demand under Increasing-Block Tariffs Using Aggregate Data and Proportions of users per Block; R. Martínez-Espiñeira. Long-Run Study of Residential Water Consumption; C. Nauges, A. Thomas. 2.2. Irrigation Water Demand. Evaluating Irrigation Water Demand; C. Bontemps, S. Couture. Hedonic Price Analysis and Selectivity Bias: Water Salinity and Demand for Land; P. Koundouri, P. Pashardes.
    Part 3: Water Efficiency.
    3.1. Measurement of Water Efficiency. Measuring Irrigation Water Efficiency with a Stochastic Production Frontier: An Application to Greek Out-Of-Season Vegetable Cultivation; G. Karagiannis, et al. 3.2. Efficient Use and Management of Water. Strategic Behavior and Efficiency in the Common Property Extraction of Groundwater; S.J. Rubio, B. Casino. Demand-Side Technology Standards under Inefficient Pricing Regimes: Are They Effective Water Conservation Tools in the Long-Run? C. Timmins.
    Part 4: Water Management Policies.
    4.1. Water as Multifaceted Resource – Horizontal Management Considerations. Joint Quantity/Quality Management of Groundwater; C.R. Palma. Missing Markets and Redundant Reservoirs: Dams as a Consequence of Inefficient Groundwater Management Policies; B. Groom, T. Swanson. 4.2. Water as an Industrial Management Problem – Vertical Considerations. Regulation of Public Utilities under Asymmetric Information: The Case of Municipal Water Supply in France; S. Garcia, A. Thomas.4.3. Water Policy and Water Practice – Second Best. Policy Instruments for Groundwater Management for Agriculture and Nature in the Netherlands; P.J.G.J. Hellegers, E.C. van Ierland.