Introduction to the Economics of Water Resources: An International Perspective

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INDEX

a
abstraction charges 30 - 31 , 46 , 67 -8, 127 , 154 -5, 186
abstraction of water 2 , 7 , 15 - 21 , 23 -6, 38 , 46 , 49 , 64 , 70 , 74 -5, 104 , 107 , 135 , 149 -50, 154 -7, 177 , 183 , 189
accounting rate of return 126
accruals and prepayments 117 -8, 124
affordability of water 55 , 66 , 70 - 73 , 82 , 182
agriculture see use of water by agriculture
Aid and Trade Provision 106 - 111
Åkerman, J. 143
Allan, T. 74n,75 , 77 -8, 82
allocation of water 47 -9, 65 , 78 , 81 , 85 , 158 -9, 177 , 184 ;
see also use
amortization 33 , 35 , 118 , 179 , 189
Appleton, B. 64 , 66
Arlosoroff, S. 151
Armenia 96
Asian Development Bank 150
assets 117 -8, 121 -4, 132 , 135 , 189
Aswan dam 76
Australia 13 , 31 , 44 -9, 51

b
bad debts 117 -9, 122 , 124 , 130 -31
balance sheet 116 , 121 -3, 125 , 132 -3, 137 , 140 , 189
balancing the books 116 -7
Balfour Beatty 106 , 109 - 110
Baltic Sea 69 - 70
Bateman, I. 168 , 170 -71, 173
Beijing 100
Belarus 70
bequest value 166 -7, 171 , 173 -4
Björnlund, H. 44n,49
block tariff see price of water
Boulding, K.E. 149
Bratislava 22 -6
Brundtland, G.H. 143 -4
budget constraint see interdependence of projects

c
California 65 , 94 , 156 -62
capital expenditure 11 , 24 , 29 - 30 , 32 - 41 , 50 , 61 -2, 65 , 68 , 71 , 73 -4, 82 , 86 , 88 , 98 -9, 104 , 117 -8, 124 , 126 -7, 133 -9, 141 , 183 -4, 189
Cardiff Bay 166 -7
Carson, R. 145 -6
cash flow 63 , 96 , 111 , 116 , 122 -5, 133 , 189
catchment self-sufficiency 16 , 20 - 21 , 179 , 183
catchment stress 16 , 21 , 179 , 183
Cementation International 106 , 109 - 110
Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment 170 -71, 173 -4
Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management 185
Chiclayo 100 - 101 , 105
Chile 44 , 51
China 100 , 150
coastal defence see flood control
collection of wastewater see sewerage
conflicts over water 3 , 25 , 47 , 68 , 75 , 77 , 160 , 182
constant prices 88 , 133 , 190
consultancy 34 , 82 , 101 - 105 , 107 , 113 , 124 -5, 128 -9, 185
consumers' surplus 102 - 103 , 113 , 168 , 190

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