Common Property Arrangements And Scarce Resources: Water In The American West
Different kinds of resources require different property regimes. This is the central thesis of Barbanell's indepth analysis of the factual and philosophical issues surrounding water resources and water use in the American West. He argues that a regime of common ownership is a conceptually sound and politically viable alternative for this critically scarce resource.
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- Format: Hardcover
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Praeger Pub Text
- ISBN-13: 9780275971731
- ISBN: 0275971732
- Publication Year: 2001