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Other reference works

PUBLIC PREFERENCES AND ECONOMIC VALUES FOR RESTORATION OF THE EVERGLADES/SOUTH FLORIDA ECOSYSTEM by J.W. Milon, A.W. Hodges, A. Rimal, C.F. Kiker, F. Casey, August, 1999, Economics Report 99-1 Food & Resource Economics Department University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611

Using economic loss functions to value urban water scarcity in California Jenkins, M.W., Lund, J.R., Howitt, R.E. American Water Works Association. Journal 95.2 (Feb 2003): 58.

ECONOMIC LOSSES FOR URBAN WATER SCARCITY IN CALIFORNIA M.W. Jenkins, J.R. Lund, and R.E. Howitt, University of California, Davis


Nieswiadomy, M. (1992). Estimating urban residential water demand: Effects of price structure, conservation, and education. Water Resources Research 28: 609–615

Olmstead S.M. & Stavins R.N. (2007). Managing water demand price vs. non-price conservation programs. A Pioneer Institute White Paper, 39.

Olmstead SM, Stavins RN, Hanemann WM (2007) Water demand under alternative price structure. Journal of Environmental Economics Management 54:181–198

Renwick, M., Green, R. and McCorkle, C. (1998). Measuring The Price Responsiveness Of Residential Water Demand In California’s Urban Areas. Report Prepared for the California Department of Water Resources, May 1998. Available at: http://rubicon.water.ca.gov/.


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