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Issues of efficiency and interdependence in water resource investments. Lessons from the Indus Basin of Pakistan



Issues of efficiency and interdependence in water resource investments. Lessons from the Indus Basin of Pakistan



World Bank Staff Working Paper, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (665): 130



The paper examines alternative policies for achieving more efficient resource utilization in the Indus Basin.

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