Water Allocation in Rivers under Pressure: Water Trading, Transaction Costs and Transboundary Governance in the Western US and Australia

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jul 31, 2015 - Nature - 264 pages
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This book compares water allocation policy in three rivers under pressure from demand, droughts and a changing climate: the Colorado, Columbia and Murray–Darling. Each river has undergone multiple decades of policy reform at the intersection of water m

 

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Contents

a largescale collective action dilemma
1
an analytical framework
35
path dependency and intertemporal costs
74
transaction costs and adaptive efficiency in environmental water allocation
121
scaling up water trading and transboundary governance
174
performance principles and practices
222
Index
239
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