- Basic needs approach to development thinking
- Hydrologic cycles I and II
- Water availability and demand in South Africa
- Water supply and demand management
- Water market and government intervention
- Cost-benefit analysis
- Welfare economic considerations
- Water pricing, practice and problems
Chapter 1 Water, a scarce commodity
Chapter 2 The basic needs approach to development thinking
Chapter 3 The hydrologic cycle I
Chapter 4 The hydrologic cycle II
Chapter 5 Water availability and water demand in South Africa
Chapter 6 Water supply and demand management
Chapter 7 The water market and government intervention
Chapter 8 Cost-benefit analysis
Chapter 9 Welfare economic considerations
Chapter 10 Pricing of water
Chapter 11 Water pricing, practice and problems
Appendix 1 Defining poverty
Appendix 2 Marginal cost pricing
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