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From the Publisher"Griffin has succeeded in producing something rare: an economics textbook that is both comprehensive in its topical coverage *and* lively enough to engage non-economists! Sound mathematical/graphical treatment of key subjects, yet easy-to-follow prose: this book ought to be required reading not only for students of water resource economics but for public officials and water agency staff worldwide."—Bonnie Colby, Professor, Departments of Agricultural & Resource Economics and Hydrology, University of Arizona
"Griffin's wonderful text provides balanced and insightful coverage of the economics and management of water resources. He guides the reader through the fascinating world of water institutions, using economic theory to shed light on private choices, market outcomes, and policy design. The book can be the main text for a intermediate course in water economics or even natural resources. I recommend it strongly."—David Zilberman, Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics,University of California, BerkeleyPlease note: Arrived too late to appear on book jacket.