Economics and Finance


Environmentally Optimal Local Water Markets

Authors: Dimitrios A. Giannias

A model is presented that incorporates water quantity and quality aspects and a market based system is developed to characterize optimum water allocations between two regions or countries or among users within a region. A methodology is developed to compute the market water quantity and quality price that would prevail in a local market and the methodology is illustrated using the water allocation problem between Greece and Bulgaria concerning Nestos river. Keywords: optimal allocation, water market, water quality JEL Classification: Q58, D1, D2

Comments: 27 Pages. Published in The Hellenic Open Business Administration Journal;

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