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Record nummer 1921952
Titel artikel Costs and benefits of water policy
Auteur(s) Brouwer, R. ; Veeren, R. van der
Titel Water policy in the Netherlands : integrated management in a densely populated delta
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ed. by Stijn Reinhard, Henk Folmer
Auteur(s) Reinhard, S. ; Folmer, H.
Uitgever Washington, DC : Resources for the Future
Titel van reeks Issues in water resource policy
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2009)
Paginering 91 - 107
Annotatie(s) 2 fig., 28 refs., 3 tab
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Trefwoorden (cab) hoogwaterbeheersing / waterbeheer / ecosystemen / landgebruik / kosten-batenanalyse / waterkwaliteit / economie
Rubrieken Waterbeheer (algemeen)
Publicatie type Hoofdstuk uit boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) The main objective of this chapter is to illustrate the application of economic principles and methods in Dutch water policy and integrated policy analysis, covering the policy's two main pillars: flood control and water quality management. And presents NAMWARiB, a new integrated water and economic information system that links economic activities to water use, such as surface and groundwater abstraction and the emission of water pollution substances (based on Brouwer et al. 2005). The systematic assessment and reporting of water and economy interactions and dependencies provide an important starting point for integrated modeling of these relationships and the evaluation and prediction of changes in the water economy as a result of policy interventions in physical and monetary terms. Integrated hydro-economic models can be used, for example, to inform decision making about so-called disproportionate costs in the WFD. The chapter concludes with a future water economics research agenda for the Netherlands
Betrokken instanties Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken (IVM)
Rijkswaterstaat Waterdienst
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