Water is one of the most critical and contested resource issues of the 21st century. From its earliest days, water policy has been a fundamental part of RFF's research program, with a focus on assessing the performance of policy instruments for improving water quality both in the U.S. and internationally. This collection of nine books includes landmark works by John Krutilla, Alan Kneese, and Kenneth Frederick--all selected for their relevance to contemporary challenges in water management. The RFF Library Collection brings back landmark books published by Resources for the Future throughout its nearly 60-year history as the pre-eminent research institution devoted exclusively to environmental issues. The Collection offers individuals and institutions the most classic and relevant literature across a range of environmental issues.
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Technology in American Water Development By Edward A. Ackerman and George O.G. L f 97816172608276 710 pp The Florida Experiences: Land and Water Policy in a Growth State By Luther J. Carter 9781617260711 354 pp Scarce Water and Institutional Change Edited by Kenneth D. Frederick 9781617260810 207 pp Water Management and Agricultural Development: A Case Study of the Cuyo Region of Argentina By Kenneth D. Frederick 9781617260858 187 pp Interbasin Transfers of Water: Economic Issues and Impacts By Charles W. Howe and K. William Easter 9781617260780 196 pp Managing Water Quality: Economics, Technology, Institutions By Allen V. Kneese and Blair T. Bower 9781617260797 328 pp The Economics of Regional Water Quality Management By Allen V. Kneese 9781617260841 215 pp The Columbia River Treaty: The Economics of an International River Basin Development By John V. Krutilla 9781617260834 211 pp Multiple Purpose River Development: Studies in Applied Economic Analysis By John V. Krutilla and Otto Eckstein 9781617260803 301 pp