• Economics Of Water Resources From Regulation To Privatization

Economics Of Water Resources From Regulation To Privatization

Economics Of Water Resources From Regulation To Privatization

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  • Author
    Nicolas Spulber
  • Publisher
    Springer Science Business Media
  • Publication date
    06 December 2012

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Economics Of Water Resources From Regulation To Privatization

  • Author

    Nicolas Spulber

  • Date Published

    06 December 2012

  • Publisher

    Springer Science Business Media

  • Pages

    342 pages

  • ISBN

    9789401148665

Book Description

The appearance of this Second Edition has been encouraged by the favorable reception of the first. This has offered us the opportunity to update the materials and to expand the exposition ofour central theses concerning (1) the integration of water quantity-quality issues and the treatment of water as a multi-product commodity, with the market playing a major role in determining water quality-discriminant pricing; (2) the drawbacks of public controls, regulation and enforcement, and the need to expand privatization of water supply and of water and wastewater treatment facilities to ensure their appropriate development and modernization through increased reliance on private capital; (3) the unification and centralization of water management on the river basin level in order to handle effectively the expanding pressures for water availability, for the elimination of waterborne disease, for extensive and effective pollution abatement as well as coping with the related issues of soil erosion, siltation in streams, channels, and reservoirs, protection against distress from drought and floods, and with the myriad problems relating to the environment, recreation, and navigation. We have maintained the division ofthe book into four major parts and 12 chapters.

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