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Working Papers

The School of Public Policy Working Papers feature original work by researchers in the School of Public Policy and its various centers. These working papers may be intended either for academic or practitioner audiences, and are not subject to peer review prior to publication. The authors bear sole responsibility for the content of each publication

2022

 

#1

February 2022. Nelson Ndahangwapo, Djiby Racine Thiam, and Ariel Dinar
"Averting land subsidence impacts through optimal
groundwater management: Evidence from the Hout River
Catchment in South Africa"

 

#2

February 2022. Alfred Tunyire Apio, Djiby Racine Thiam, Ariel Dinar, and Jürgen Meyerhoff
"Farmers’ willingness to accept compensation to control agricultural nonpoint source pollution in the Limpopo River Basin of South Africa"

 

#3

March 2022. Nelson Ndahangwapo, Djiby Racine Thiam, Ariel Dinar
"Designing optimal rainfall index-based crop production insurance: Application to the Limpopo River Basin of South Africa"

 

 

#4

June 2022. Ariel Dinar, Laura Forni, Marina Mautner, Nigel Quinn
"Developing a Regional Agricultural Nonpoint Salinity Pollution Management Framework: Application to the San Joaquin River, California"

 

#5

June 2022. S. Karthick Ramakrishnan, Beth Tamayose
"Ready to Rise: A Pragmatic Framework to Improve Planning, Investment, and Community Development"

 

 

#6

July 2022. Alfred Tunyire Apio, Djiby Racine Thiam, Ariel Dinar
"Farming under Drought: An analysis of the factors influencing farmers' bundling of water conservation practices to mitigate farm-level water scarcity in South Africa"

 

2021

 

#1

July 2021. Bruce Babcock, Mehdi Nemati, and Dat Tran
"Estimation of Supply Elasticities for Non-Exchange Traded Commodities"

 

 

#2

September 2021. Ifedotun Victor Aina, Djiby Racine Thiam and Ariel Dinar

"Analysis of residential water conservation practices in Cape Town, South Africa"

 

#3

September 2021. Ifedotun Victor Aina, Djiby Racine Thiam and Ariel Dinar

"Water source choice and price regulation: the case of households in South Africa"

2020

 

#1

January 2020. Hon. Lloyd Levine (ret.).
"Closing the Urban Digital Divide – An Assessment of Awareness Based Outreach Efforts"

 

 

#2

March 2020. Djiby Racine Thiam, Ariel Dinar, and Hebert Ntuli.
"Day Zero Effect: Adoption of water-saving equipment in Cape Town, South Africa"

 

 

#3

May 2020. Hon. Lloyd Levine (ret.).
"COVID-19, the Digital Divide, Distance Learning: Strategies and Policies to Avert an Education Crisis"

 

 

#4

October 2020. Ami Reznik, Ariel Dinar, Susie Bresney, Laura Forni, Brian Joyce, Steven Wallander, Daniel Bigelow, and Iddo Kan
"Managed Aquifer Recharge as a Strategy to Mitigate Drought Impacts in Irrigated Agriculture: Role of Institutions and Policies with Application to California"

2016

 

State Best Practices

#1

February 2016. Allan Colbern and Karthick Ramakrishnan,
"State Policies on Immigrant Integration: An Examination of Best Practices and Policy Diffusion"

Comparing Alternative Modifications

#2

July 2016. Edgar Tellez Foster, Ariel Dinar, Amnon Rapoport,
"Comparing Alternative Modifications of Energy Subsidies: The Case of Groundwater Extraction"

Comparing Alternative Modifications

#3

July 2016. Edgar Tellez Foster, Amnon Rapoport, Ariel Dinar,
"Groundwater and Electricity Consumption Under Alternative Subsidies: Evidence from Laboratory Experiments"

Political Economy

#4

August 2016. Encarna Esteban, Ariel Dinar, José Albiac, Alfonso Calera, Marta García-Mollá, Lorenzo Avellá,
"The Political Economy of Water Policy Design and Implementation in the Jucar Basin, Spain"

State Best Practices

#5

August 2016. Edgar Tellez Foster, Amnon Rapoport, Ariel Dinar,
"Alternative Policies to Manage Electricity Subsidies for Groundwater Extraction: A Field Study in Mexico"

A Knowledge Production

#6

September 2016. Diti Chatterjee, Ariel Dinar, and Gloria González-Rivera,
"A Knowledge Production Function of Agricultural Research and Extension: The Case of the University of California Cooperative Extension"

The Contribution

#7

November 2016. Diti Chatterjee, Ariel Dinar, and Gloria González-Rivera,
"The Contribution of the University of California Cooperative Extension to California’s Agricultural Production"