Acknowledging Scarcity and Achieving Reform
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Water policy is a social phenomenon insomuch as it represents a configuration of the established modes of human activity that govern the distribution of the resource. In addition, contemporary water policies and the institutional changes that have emerged in Australia over the past few decades are symptomatic of the realization that the costs attending the status quo exceed the likely costs of change. Treated in this way, several important questions emerge about the motivations for water reform and the processes adopted to accomplish it.