3 edition of Integrated water resources management of Budapest and the surrounding areas found in the catalog.
Integrated water resources management of Budapest and the surrounding areas
by Romai Kiadoi es Nyomdaipari Pub. Co
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||176|
This book aims to introduce how to compile the first set of county-level IO tables involving resources and environment accounts with integrated datasets which contains the spatio-temporal data of water and land resources, ecology and social economy in the river basin and to construct an integrated Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model with. The book also includes a critical analysis of policy making by the European Union, and a comparative review and analysis of regime development in the six countries involved. This book is followed by another volume published with Kluwer Academic Publishers on "Integrated Governance and Water Basin Management", edited by Hans Bressers and Stefan.
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