Economics of Water Resources The Contributions of Dan Yaronby Ariel Dinar
Between an introduction and conclusion, 13 reprinted articles by Israeli agricultural economist Yaron (1922-99) represent the array of issues he addressed concerning water economics. Most are co-written with others. Among the topics are an overview of the Israel water economy, a model for the economic evaluation of water quality in irrigation, the value of information on the response function of crops to soil salinity, evaluating cooperative game theory in water resources, and an approach to the problem of water allocation to Israel and the Palestinian entity. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
"This book should be read and used by environmental economists, water and environmental managers, planners, policy makers and academics. This publication is not just relevant to Israel but to professionals dealing with economic evaluation of water quality in arid regions."
(The Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, November 2003)
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