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University of Wollongong
 A state of the art review of residential water demandmodelling 
 A. C. Worthington
University of Wollongong 
 , a.worthington@griffith.edu.au
M. Hoffmann
Queensland University of Technology
Research Online is the open access institutional repository for theUniversity of Wollongong. For further information contact ManagerRepository Services: morgan@uow.edu.au.
Publication Details
This paper was originally published as Worthington, AC and Hoffmann, M, A state of the art review of residential water demandmodelling, University of Wollongong, School of Accounting and Finance Working Paper Series No. 06/27, 2006.
 
 A state of the art review of residential water demand modelling 
 Abstract
The increased reliance on demand-side management policies as an urban water consumption managementtool has stimulated considerable debate among economists, water utility managers, regulators, consumerinterest groups and policymakers. In turn, this has fostered an increasing volume of literature aimed atproviding best-practice estimates of price and income elasticities, quantifying the impact of non-price waterrestrictions and gauging the impact of nondiscretionary environmental factors affecting residential waterdemand. This paper provides a synoptic survey of empirical residential water demand analyses conducted inthe last twenty-five years. Both model specification and estimation and the outcomes of the analyses arediscussed.
Keywords
 Water demand; Demand side management; Price and income elasticity 
Publication Details
This paper was originally published as Worthington, AC and Hoffmann, M, A state of the art review of residential water demand modelling, University of Wollongong, School of Accounting and Finance WorkingPaper Series No. 06/27, 2006.
This journal article is available at Research Online:http://ro.uow.edu.au/commpapers/301

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