Handbook of Water Economics: Principles and Practice by Colin H. Green

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Author
Colin H. Green
Publisher
Wiley
Date of release
Pages
424
ISBN
9780470862278
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The Handbook of Water Economics is presented in three sections: theory, methods and applications, providing the latest information in the growing area of water economics and the environment, covering the theory and issues relating to resource management techniques, policy formulation, implementation and evaluation in the water sector.
* Includes strong theory section which links to real world examples in the applications section
* Provides an associated website which will include: formats for EXCEL spreadsheet application covered in the text; bibliography and links to related sites
* Methods section includes coverage of methods of economic evaluation, use of economic instruments and cost-benefit analysis
* Applications section includes case studies on: water availability; sewerage and waste water treatment; navigation; hydro-electric and multipurpose reservoirs; flooding; hydrometric data and coastal zone management
Essential reading for those studying environmental economics modules in Departments of Environmental Management, Geography and Engineering, researchers in hydrology as well as professionals and policy makers in water companies, water authorities, NGO's and government agencies.


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