Agronomy and Forestry Engineering
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Guillermo Donoso is an Associate Professor Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. He earned his Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, 1994 and Agronomist at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. His research interests are Economics of natural resources , Water economics , Microeconomics , Economic valuation
Economics of natural resources , Water economics , Microeconomics , Economic valuation
Donoso, G., 2015. Water pricing in Chile: Decentralization and market reforms. In: Dinar, A., Pochat, V. and Albiac-Murillo, J. (eds.). Water Pricing Experiences and Innovations. Volume 9. p. 83-96.
Donoso, G. 2015. Water Rights Markets as a Water Allocation Mechanism. In: Lago, M., Mysiak, J., Gómez, CM, Delacámara, G., Maziotis, A. (eds.). Use of economic instruments in water management - insights from international experience. Global Issues in Water Policy. p. 265-278.
Molinos-Senante, M., Donoso, G., Sala-Garrido, R. 2016. Are participants in markets for water rights more efficient in the use of water than non-participants? A case study for Limari Valley (Chile). Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. p.1-14