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Efficient Allocation of Water Resources among Competing Users: Economic, Environmental and Organizational Considerations

Abstract : In this paper we describe a French-Israel cooperation on water resource management. Our principal objective was for both countries to evaluate the consequences of new alternatives for the allocation of this scarce resource, in order to guarantee economically efficient water sharing subject to several environmental constraints. Through this cooperation, we shared both theoretical tools (mathematical programming, mechanism design, game theory) and knowledge of the practical difficulties in water sharing in tense conditions.
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Jean-Philippe Terreaux, Mabel Tidball, J.M. Berland, J.A. Faby, G. Axelrad, et al.. Efficient Allocation of Water Resources among Competing Users: Economic, Environmental and Organizational Considerations. Daguesh Science, Service de Coopération et d’Action Culturelle de l’Ambassade de France en Israël, 2010, 71, pp.15-15. ⟨hal-02593886⟩

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