Building coalitions for water marketing

@article{Anderson1989BuildingCF,
  title={Building coalitions for water marketing},
  author={T. L. Anderson and D. Leal},
  journal={Journal of Policy Analysis and Management},
  year={1989},
  volume={8},
  pages={432-445}
}
  • T. L. Anderson, D. Leal
  • Published 1989
  • Economics
  • Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
  • The authors argue that efficient water allocation is possible through markets as long as water rights are well-defined, enforced, and transferable. They provide a framework for considering third-party and free rider affects from water trades. From this framework, they consider the prospects for developing a market for instream flows. The analysis points to problems with the prior appropriation system for establishing instream flow claims but suggests that there is not reason for water policy to… CONTINUE READING
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