Efficient Distribution of Water Between Head-Reach and Tail-End Farms in Developing Countries

Abstract

The necessity of surface water for irrigation and its increasing scarcity in developing economies motivate the need for its efficient distribution. Surface water is distributed from its source to individual farms via simple canals, which are surface pathways dug through farms. The inequity in this distribution arises due to the relative physical locations… (More)
DOI: 10.1287/msom.1120.0414

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