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Barriers to water markets in agriculture. Analysis of Southern Spain stakeholder attitudes towards water markets
(Associazione Italiana di Economia Agraria e Applicata (AIEAA), 2012)
In Europe, Spain has been the pioneer in establishing the water market. Although the growing interest in water markets over the last number of years, transactions of water exchanges in Southern Spain have been scarce. This ...
Analysis of Stakeholders’ Attitudes towards Water Markets in Southern Spain
This research examines stakeholders’ perceptions of and preferences for water markets in agriculture, focusing on the likely barriers that might refrain them from participating in such markets. The research was carried ...
Factors influencing farmers’ willingness to participate in water allocation trading. A case study in southern Spain
This study aims to uncover the factors that influence farmers’ attitudes towards water allocation trading. In the study, we simulate two water availability scenarios, an average year and a drought year, in a contingent ...
Water Markets in Spain: Performance and Challenges
Law 46/1999 incorporated formal water markets into the Spanish legal and regulatory framework, allowing spot water markets and the creation of water banks. The implementation of water markets in Spain aimed at improving ...
Economic Effects of Legislative Framework Changes in Groundwater Use Rights for Irrigation
In most countries, groundwater resource is a public good, and the entitlement of use rights by the public authority to final users differs according to a country-specific legislative framework. In Italy, groundwater ...