Great application of price theory.
Friday, January 16, 2009
Applying Economics to Water Pricing
Governments have tried a variety of methods for allocating water. A teacher can easily analyze these methods using introductory economic tools, and the recent podcast "Zetland Says Bottled.." at Bloomberg on the Economy describes these issues, and is an interesting listen.
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