Water trading at the margin: The evolution of water markets in the Murray-Darling Basin: EVOLUTION OF WATER MARKETS IN THE MURRAY DARLING BASIN

@inproceedings{Turral2005WaterTA,
  title={Water trading at the margin: The evolution of water markets in the Murray-Darling Basin: EVOLUTION OF WATER MARKETS IN THE MURRAY DARLING BASIN},
  author={Hugh Turral and Teri Etchells and Hector Malano and Hewage Wijedasa and Philip Taylor and T. A. McMahon and Norman Austin},
  year={2005}
}
[1] Water trading in Australia is enabled by much historical institutional development, which had other objectives at the time that it was implemented. After 2 decades of institutional reform to enable water markets in the Murray Darling Basin, active markets are reallocating surface water entitlements among irrigation users. However, permanent water trading is currently limited in terms of the volume traded and reallocation among uses. Given these limitations, this paper seeks to assess the… CONTINUE READING

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