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Water as an economic good: a solution, or a problem ?


  • Perry, C. J.
  • Rock, M.
  • Seckler, D.

    (International Water Management Institute)


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  • Perry, C. J. & Rock, M. & Seckler, D., 1997. "Water as an economic good: a solution, or a problem ?," IWMI Research Reports H021492, International Water Management Institute.
  • Handle: RePEc:iwt:rerpts:h021492

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