Reforming Water Allocation Policy Through Markets in Tradable Water Rights: Lessons from Chile, Mexico and California
Mark Rosegrant () and
Latin American Journal of Economics-formerly Cuadernos de Economía, 1995, vol. 32, issue 97, pages 291-316
Increasing water scarcity, rising costs of irrigation subsidies, and general economic liberalization are creating strong incentives for comprehensive water reform with establishment of tradable water rights and the development of markets in these rights.
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