Ronald G. Cummings papers

Ronald G. Cummings papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Cummings, Ronald G.
Title: Ronald G. Cummings papers
Dates: 1970s-1990s
Quantity: 0.2 Linear feet (1 half box)
Coll. Number: ms3116

Biographical/Historical Note

Dr. Ronald G. Cummings is an expert in the areas of natural resources and environmental policy analysis. Cummings' current research relates to the economic impact and trade-offs associated with environmental damage assessments, water resource management and conservation, voluntary mechanisms for ozone reduction, and solid waste management. Dr. Cummings is Professor of Economics at Georgia State University, Director of Environmental Policy Program and Noah Langdale Jr. Eminent Scholar.


Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of printed items authored by Dr. Cummings. Most of the items relate to water resources in the United States and Mexico.


Index Terms

Environmental policy--Economic aspects--Mexico.
Environmental policy--Economic aspects--United States.
Publications.
Reports.
Water-supply--Mexico.
Water-supply--United States.
Watershed management--Mexico.
Watershed management--United States.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Ronald G. Cummings papers, MS 3116. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Material

Related materials available in the following collections of this repository: Altamaha Riverkeeper collection; Georgia Water Management Campaign collection; Georgia Water Bill of Rights collection; Georgia Conservancy collection; James E. Kundell papers; Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper collection; Georgia Wildlife Federation collection; Elizabeth Reid Blood papers; Kathryn J. Hatcher collection.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
BoxItem
11Printed Material - Managing Water Resource in Georgia: Lessons from Experiences in the Western States
 
2Printed Material - The Use of Water Pricing as a Means for Enhancing Water Use Efficiency in Irrigation: Case Studies in Mexico and the United States
 
3Printed Material - Selected Water Management Issues in Latin American Agriculture
 
4Printed Material - Managing Renewable Natural Resources in Developing Countries
 
5Printed Material - Water Rights Transfers: Options for Institutional Reform
 
6Printed Material - Enhancing In-stream Flows in the Flint River Basin: Does Georgia Have Sufficient Policy Tools?
 
7Printed Material - Changing Rules for Agricultural Water Use: Policy Options Related to Metering and Forfeiture for Non-use
 
8Printed Material - Interbasin Water Transfer: A Case Study in Mexico
 
9Printed Material - New Evalutation Procedures for a New Generation for the Sustainable City in the New Millennium
 
10Printed Material - Water Policy and Water Markets, The Use of Water Pricing to Enhance Water Use Efficiency in Irrigation: Case Studies from Mexico and the United States
 
11Printed Material - Water Resource Management in Northen Mexico