Water Reform, Property Rights and Hydrological Realities
This paper by Neil Byron and Gavan Dwyer was presented to the Melbourne Institute 2006 Economic and Social Outlook Conference, Making the Boom Pay: Securing the Next Generation of Prosperity, at the University of Melbourne, 2-3 November 2006.
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Factors affecting water availability - 'risks to shared resources'
The role of property rights
Changes in irrigation management
The NWI and water reform
Moving away from an over reliance on planning
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