Series Co-Editor (Ariel Dinar and David Zilberman), Natural Resource Management and Policy, Springer (formerly Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell Massachusetts). Titles published to date include:
S1. Russell, Clifford S., and Jason F. Shogren, editors. Theory, Modeling and Experience in the Management of Nonpoint-Source Pollution, 1993.
S2. Wilhite, Donald A., editor. Drought Assessment, Management, and Planning: Theory and Case Studies, 1993.
S3. Gowdy, John M. Coevolutionary Economics: The Economy, Society and the Environment, 1994.
S4. Hueth, Darrell L., and William H. Furtan, editors. Economics of Agricultural Crop Insurance: Theory and Evidence, 1994.
S5. Schmitz, Andrew, Kirby Moulton, Allan Buckwell, and Sofia Davidova, editors. Privatization of Agriculture in New Market Economies: Lessons from Bulgaria, 1994.
S6. Spulber, Nicolas, and Asghar Sabbaghi. Economics of Water Resources: From Regulation to Privatization, 1994.
S7. Bovenberg, Lans, and Sijbren Cnossen, editors. Public Economics and the Environment in an Imperfect World, 1995.
S8. Pingali, Prabhu L., and Pierre A. Roger, editors. Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment, 1995.
S9. Martin, Wade E., and Lisa A. McDonald, editors. Modeling Environmental Policy, 1997.
S10. Parker, Douglas D., and Yacov Tsur, editors. Decentralization and Coordination of Water Resource Management, 1997.
S11. Bauer, Carl J. Against the Current Privatization, Water Markets, and the State in Chile, 1998.
S12. Crissman, Charles C., John M. Antle, and Susan M. Capalbo, editors. Economic, Environmental, and Health Tradeoffs in Agriculture: Pesticides and the Sustainability of Andean Potato Production, 1998.
S13. Easter, K. William, M. W. Rosegrant, and Ariel Dinar, editors. Markets for Water, 1998.
S14. Just, Richard, and Sinaia Netanyahu, editors. Conflict and Cooperation on Trans-Boundary Water Resources, 1998.
S15. Smale, Melinda, editor. Farmers, Gene Banks and Crop Breeding: Economic Analyses of Diversity in Wheat, Maize, and Rice, 1998.
S16. Spulber, Nicolas, and Asghar Sabbaghi. Economics of Water Resources: From Regulation to Privatization, Second Edition, 1998.
S17. Casey, Frank, Andrew Schmitz, Scott Swinton, and David Zilberman, editors. Flexible Incentives for the Adoption of Environmental Technologies in Agriculture, 1998.
S18. Feitelson, Eran, and Marwan Haddad, editors. Management of Shared Groundwater Resources: The Israeli-Palestinian Case with an International Perspective, 2001.
S19. Haddadin, Munther J. Diplomacy on the Jordan: International Conflict and Negotiated Resolution, 2001.
S20. Moss, Charles B., Gordon C. Rausser, Andrew Schmitz, Timothy G. Taylor, and David Zilberman. Agricultural Globalization, Trade, and the Environment, 2001.
S21. Wolf, Steven, and David Zilberman, editors. Knowledge Generation and Technical Change: Institutional Innovation in Agriculture, 2001.
S22. Dinar, Ariel, and David Zilberman, editors. Economics of Water Resources: The Contributions of Dan Yaron, 2002.
S23. Just, Richard E., and Rulon D. Pope. A Comprehensive Assessment of the Role of Risk in U. S. Agriculture, 2002.
S24. Renzetti, Steven. The Economics of Water Demands, 2002.
S25. Olcay Ünver, I. H., Rajiv K. Gupta, and Aysegül Kibarogammalu, editors. Water Development and Poverty Reduction, 2003.
S26. d’Estrée, Tamra Pearson and Bonnie G. Colby. Braving the Currents: Evaluating Environmental Conflict Resolution in the River Basins of the American West, 2004.
*S27. Cooper, Joseph, Leslie Marie Lipper, and David Zilberman. Agricultural Biodiversity and Biotechnology in Economic Development, 2005.
*S28. Babu, Suresh Chandra, and Sandjar Djalalov. Policy Reforms and Agriculture Development in Central Asia, 2006.
*S29. Goetz, Renan-Ulrich, and Dolors Berga. Frontiers in Water Resource Economics, 2006.
*S30. Just, Richard E., Julian M. Alston, and David Zilberman. Regulating Agricultural Biotechnology: Economics and Policy, 2007.
*S31. Lipper, Leslie, Takumi Sakuyama, Randy Stringer, and David Zilberman. Payment for Environmental Services in Agricultural Landscapes: Economic Policies and Poverty Reduction in Developing Countries, 2009.
*S32. Kumar, Surender, and Sshunsuke Managi. The Economics of Sustainable Development: The Case of, India, 2009.
*S33. Alston Julian M, Matthew A. Andersen, Jennifer S. James, and Philip G. Pardey. Persistence Pays: U.S. Agricultural Productivity Growth and the Benefits from Public R&D Spending, 2009.