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ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS FOR IMPROVED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN EGYPT

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Contributors: Dr. David S. McCauley
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Contract No. PCE-I-00-96-00002-00 Prepared by EPIQ Water Policy Reform Activity Agricultural Policy Reform Program Market-Based Incentives Team: Dr. David S. McCauley (Senior Water Resource Economist, Task Manager) Dr. Robert Anderson (Environmental Economics Consultant) Dr. Richard Bowen (Water Economics Consultant)) Dr. Ibrahim Elassiouty (EPIQ Water Management Specialist) Dr. Elsayed Mahdy (EPIQ Senior Water Resources Economist) Prof. Dr. Ibrahim Soliman (Agricultural Economics Consultant) Eng. Hisham Shehab (WPAU Civil Engineer) April 2002 Prepared for United States Agency for International Development/Egypt Region: Asia and the Near East Task Order: Egypt Water Resources Results Package Tech area: Dissemination of Policy Knowledge/Environmental Communication

Author(s): Dr. David S. McCauley

Publication Date: 2002

Location: Egypt

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