Table of contents for Policy and strategic behaviour in water resource management / Ariel Dinar and Jose Albiac.

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Policy and Strategy in Water Resource Management: Can we do Better when both are Coordinated? 
Part I: Issues in water resource policy * Issues in Water Resource Policy in Jordan * Water Scarcity, Quality and Environmental Protection Policies in Jordan * Water Management in Urbanizing, Arid Regions: Innovative Voluntary Transactions As a Response To Competing Water Claims * Groundwater Management Issues and Innovations in Arizona * Water Policy in Australia: The Impact of Change and Uncertainty * The Policy Challenge of Matching Environmental Water to Ecological Need * Issues in Water Resource Policy in Spain * Policy Issues Related to Climate Change in Spain * 
Part II: Issues in water resource strategy * Water Conflicts: Issues in International Water, Water Allocation and Water Pricing * Good and Bad Forms of Participation in Water Management: Some lessons from Brazil * Issues of Balancing International, Environmental And Equity Needs In A Situation Of Water Scarcity * 
Part III: Interaction between policy and strategy * Modelling Negotiated Decision Making under Uncertainty: an Application to the Piave River Basin, Italy * Strategic Behavior in Water Policy Negotiations: Lessons from California * Strategic Behavior in Transboundary Water and Environmental Management * Climate Change and International Water: The Role of Strategic Alliances in Resource Allocation

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Water-supply -- Economic aspects.
Water resources development -- Environmental aspects.
Water quality management -- Economic aspects.