World Bank Technical Paper No. 315. Focuses on water allocation problems and the performance of water markets in improving allocation. By examining specific case studies in Chile, it demonstrates that water can no longer be treated as a free good and that better ways must be found to improve its allocation and use. The findings suggest that market transfer of water use rights in the study area produce economic gains both in intersectoral trade and trade among farmers and create rents for buyers and sellers.246 Plusquellec, Burt, and Wolter, Modern Water Control in Irrigation: Concepts, Issues, and Applications No. ... and Proceedings from the World Banka#39;s Annual Irrigation and Drainage Seminar, Annapolis, Maryland, December 8-10, 1992 No. ... 252 The World Bank/FAO/UNIDO/Indusrry Fertilizer Working Group, World and Regional Supply and Demand Balances for ... Project Planning Approach of the Womena#39;s Enterprise Management Training Outreach Program (WEMTOP) No.
|Title||:||Water Allocation and Water Markets|
|Author||:||Robert R. Hearne, K. William Easter|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 1995-01-01|