Good economic information and analysis are essential in making and delivering good environmental policy. We use economics in the development of our strategies and plans, in our policy analysis and in the design and evaluation of policy instruments
Reports and analysis
Summarys and executive analysis of some of the economical factors that affect us.
- Introducing Competition into England and Wales water industry (PDF, 422KB)
In the light of the Cave Review, we asked Professor Jon Stern of City University to advise us on the lessons for the water industry from other sectors. In particular we wanted to explore the implications for the good management of water resources in an uncertain climate situation. From this analysis, Professor Stern produced a CCRP working paper, setting out the major issues. We are continuing to develop our analysis in the light of this work.
- Cost-benefit anaylsis: practical application (Word, 1MB)
- The potential cost of climate change adaptation for the water industry (PDF, 1.1MB)
- Fisher-McMahon Report: economics and environmental decision making (Word, 8MB)
- The role of property rights in determining economic values for environmental costs and benefits (Word, 100KB)
- Extending the rational man model: final report (PDF, 100KB)
- Econonic glossary (Word, 40KB)