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economic opportunities, most farmers want to dig wells or pump surface water. Macroeconomic policies and sectoral policies that are not aimed specifically at the water sector can have a strategic impact on resource allocation and aggregate demand in the economy. If additional policy changes reduce export taxes, farmers are provided with an even greater incentive to invest in export crops as well as in the necessary irrigation (see Box 12). Zimbabwes politics continues to be driven by a generation that defines itself in terms of its contribution to the liberation war and remains committed to defending that legacy. Nonetheless, most policy options are framed and discussed in economic terms. At the same time, when water scarcity keeps some farmers on uneconomical lands such as steep watersheds, the country suffers twice: once in terms of reduced production compared with what would be possible with irrigation; and again in terms of erosion and resource depletion, with. Two of the Syrian Arab Republic's major national development objectives are: achieving food self-sufficiency to reduce dependency on imports; and expanding agricultural exports to earn more foreign exchange. The Roots of the Anglophone Problem: Language and Politics in Cameroon. In fact, a large portion of urban water is used for convenience and comfort.
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Public sector projects can also be a major source of externalities. Producers and consumers acting in their own self-interest reach the price at which available supplies are allocated. Inequitable distribution of power. Where success is evident, most of the economic transformation has taken place at the macro level and much remains to be done to effect the consequent adjustments at the micro level, at the level of water users in other words. Water projects provide important investment strategies both for human welfare (drinking-water and food supplies) and for infrastructure to support economic development. In most countries, water management is typically relegated to the engineering domain. Several factors explain this special attention for irrigation development. To support these objectives, the government has invested 60 to 70 percent of the entire agricultural budget in irrigation over the past ten years. Water bodies have a significant, but ultimately limited, assimilative capacity, meaning that they can process, dilute and carry away wastes. An example is the detrimental effect of saline return water flows (caused by irrigation) on downstream water users. At the same time, recent changes in trade and exchange rate policies are making Syrian agricultural products more competitive in regional markets. Boulding observed that "the sacredness of water as a symbol of ritual purity exempts it somewhat from the dirty rationality of the market".25 the Scandalous Messages of James In many cultures, goals other than economic efficiency play an unusually large role in selecting water management institutions.
A replacement for the ineffective League of Nations, the organization was established on fter World War II with the aim of preventing another such conflict. At its founding, the UN had 51 member states; there are now 193. Today the range of fields of the study examining the economy revolve around the social science of economics, but may include sociology (economic sociology history (economic history anthropology (economic anthropology and geography (economic geography).Practical fields directly related to the human activities involving production, distribution, exchange.
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