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The Economic Characterization of Asopos River Basin

Phoebe Koundouri (), Nikos Papandreou, Mavra Stithou, Aris Mousoulides, Yannis Anastasiou, Marianna Mousoulidou, Antonios Antypas, Ioannis Souliotis (), Theodoros Mavrogiorgis and Katerina Vasiliou
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Yannis Anastasiou: Athens University of Economics and Business
Antonios Antypas: Department of Banking and Financial Management, University of Piraeus
Theodoros Mavrogiorgis: Athens University of Economics and Business
Katerina Vasiliou: Athens University of Economics and Business

No 1311, DEOS Working Papers from Athens University of Economics and Business

Abstract: This chapter puts the emphasis on the economic characterisation of Asopos River Basin (RB) in order to identify the members of the society that will bear the cost of improvements and will benefit from its implementation. Following the first step of Directive s implementation, requiring the economic characterisation of the river basin, there is the need to evaluate the economic significance of water in the region, identify key economic drivers influencing pressures and water uses, examine how these economic drivers will evolve over time and will influence pressures and how will water demand and supply evolve over time. Hence, an important objective of this chapter is to identify the economic significance of water uses, focusing on Asopos experience, considering primarily industrial and agricultural uses since residential and tourist related uses are the focus of Chapter 4.

Date: 2013-03-06
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