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Phoebe Koundouri, Mavra Stithou, Eva Kougea, Pertti Ala-aho, Riku Eskelinen and Timo Karjalainen

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Edited by Phoebe Koundouri, Katia Karousakis, Dionysis Assimacopoulos, Paul Jeffrey and Manfred A. Lange

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Katia Karousakis, Phoebe Koundouri, Dionysis Assimacopoulos, Paul Jeffrey and Manfred A. Lange

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Water Management in Arid and Semi-Arid Regions

Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Edited by Phoebe Koundouri, Katia Karousakis, Dionysis Assimacopoulos, Paul Jeffrey and Manfred A. Lange

The aim of this book is to formulate appropriate strategies and guidelines for water management necessary for the formulation and implementation of integrated sustainable management of water resources. Lessons are learned from various case studies, which examine competing water use patterns, compare governance structures and how these have evolved in response to scarcity, and structural and non-structural instruments to address water deficiency.
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Phoebe Koundouri, Vassilis Babalos, Mavra Stithou and Ioannis Anastasiou

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Edited by Phoebe Koundouri, Panos Pashardes, Timothy M. Swanson and Anastasios Xepapadeas

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Edited by Phoebe Koundouri, Panos Pashardes, Timothy M. Swanson and Anastasios Xepapadeas

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Edited by Phoebe Koundouri, Panos Pashardes, Timothy M. Swanson and Anastasios Xepapadeas

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Edited by Phoebe Koundouri, Panos Pashardes, Timothy M. Swanson and Anastasios Xepapadeas

The increasing scarcity of water resources (in terms of quantity and quality) is one of the most pervasive natural resource allocation issues facing development planners throughout the world. This problem is especially prevalent in less developed countries where the management of this valuable resource has become a critical policy concern. This authoritative new volume outlines the fundamental principles and difficulties that characterise this challenging task. The authors begin by detailing the significant problems of water management which are specific to developing countries. In particular, they highlight the political economy of water management in the context of both pricing and institutional reform.
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Ekin Birol, Phoebe Koundouri and Yiannis Kountouris