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November 8 2012

Milan, Italy – Performance of 30 Economic Policy Instruments for Water Resources Management



Despite repeated recent pledges at EU level, the implementation of economic policy instruments for sustainable, efficient and equitable water resources management is not yet satisfactory. To understand the reasons for such a shortcoming, Jaroslav Mysiak senior researcher at FEEM presents an analysis of 30 economic policy instruments evaluated against their institutional background, environmental outcomes, transaction costs, distribution effects, uncertainty and the prospect of policy implementation.


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