This book examines major issues in the four main renewable resource sectors in developing countries—fisheries, forestry, agriculture, and water—with emphasis on the problems and benefits attendant to various use patterns and management practices.
Table of Contents
1. A Challenge to the Developing Countries 2. The Economics of Fisheries Management 3. Forest Policy 4. Agricultural Research Policy in Small Developing Countries 5. Socially Efficient Development and Allocation of Water in Developing Countries: Roles for the Public and Private Sectors 6. Implementing Planning for Multiple Purpose Water Reclamation Projects in Developing Countries: Some Perspectives from the U.S. Experience