Publications - Society, Economics, Governance

There are many socio-economic and policy factors driving the virtual water of production, consumption, and trade, at both local and global scales. These include population dynamics, political considerations, and economic relationships across countries. This collection contains our research about these factors and their effects on water resources consumption.

08publications available

The Italian Virtual Water Trade and Water Footprint of Agricultural Production: Trends and Perspectives

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Reconciling Contrasting Views on Economic Complexity

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Charting Out the Future Agricultural Trade and its Impact on Water Resources

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Spatial Distribution of the International Food Prices: Unexpected Heterogeneity and Randomness

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Global virtual Water Trade and the Hydrological Cycle: Patterns, Drivers, and Socio-Environmental Impacts

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Measuring Economic Water Scarcity in Agriculture: A Cross-Country Empirical Investigation

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Is Water Consumption Embedded in Crop Prices? A Global Data-Driven Analysis

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Intra-EU Agricultural Trade, Virtual Water Flows and Policy Implications

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