Water Economics and Policy
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Economics plays a double role in the field of water management, firstly as a powerful analytical tool supporting water allocation and policy decisions, and secondly in the form of policy instruments (water pricing, markets, etc.). This Special Issue presents a platform for sharing results connecting excellent interdisciplinary research applied to different regional and sectoral problems around the world. The 22 peer-reviewed papers collected in this Special Issue have been grouped into five broad categories: Water valuation and accounting; Economic instruments; Cost effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis; andWater productivity and Governance. They are briefly presented
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The Economic Analysis of Water Use in the Water Framework Directive Based on the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting for Water: A Case Study of the Guadalquivir River Basin Gutiérrez-Martín, Carlos; Borrego-Marín, M.M.; Berbel, Julio (MDPI, 2017)This paper develops a methodology for the economic analysis of water use proposed by the Water Framework Directive (WFD) based on the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting for Water (SEEA-Water) standard tables. Our ...
Montilla-López, Nazaret M.; Gutiérrez-Martín, Carlos; Gómez-Limón, José A. (MDPI, 2016)In recent decades, the use of economic instruments has been promoted as a way to improve water demand management, required due to the difficulty of further supply increases. Against this backdrop, this paper analyses the ...
Montesinos Barrios, Pilar; Berbel, Julio; Rodríguez-Díaz, Juan Antonio; Camacho Poyato, Emilio; Gutiérrez-Martín, Carlos (Springer, 2015)The hypothesis of a rebound effect as a consequence of water saving investments is taken analogically from the Jevons paradox models in energy economics. The European Commission (EC) alert about the consequences in water ...