• American Water Works Association (AWWA) (2004), Water and Wastewater Rate Survey, Denver, Colo.
  • Asian Development Bank (1993), Water Utilities Handbook: Asian and Pacific Region, Manila, Philippines.
  • Boland, J., and D. Whittington (2000), The political economy of water tariff design in developing countries: Increasing block tariffs versus uniform price with rebate, in The Political Economy of Water Pricing Reform, edited by A. Dinar, Oxford Univ. Press, New York.
  • Bös, D. (1994), Pricing and Price Regulation, Elsevier, New York.
  • Burtless, G., and J. Hausman (1978), The effect of income taxation on labor supply: Evaluating the Gary Income Maintenance Experiment, J. Polit. Econ., 86, 11031130.
  • Cavanagh, S. M., W. M. Hanemann, and R. N. Stavins (2002), Muffled price signals: Household water demand under increasing-block prices, Work. Pap. 40.2002, Fond. Eni Enrico Mattei, Milan, Italy.
  • Chicoine, D., S. Deller, and G. Ramamurthy (1986), Water demand estimation under block rate pricing: A simultaneous equation approach, Water Resour. Res., 22, 859863.
  • Danielson, L. (1979), An analysis of residential demand for water using micro time series data, Water Resour. Res., 15, 763767.
  • Hewitt, J., and M. Hanemann (1995), A discrete/continuous choice approach to residential water demand under block rate pricing, Land Econ., 76, 322323.
  • Howe, C. (1998), Forms and functions of water pricing: An overview, in Urban Water Demand Management and Planning, McGraw-Hill, New York.
  • Jones, C. V., and J. R. Morris (1984), Instrumental price estimates and residential water demand, Water Resour. Res., 20, 197202.
  • Martin, W. E., H. Ingram, N. K. Laney, and A. H. Griffin (1984), Saving Water in a Desert City, Resour. for the Future, Washington, D. C.
  • Moffitt, R. (1986), The econometrics of piecewise-linear budget constraints, J. Bus. Econ. Stat., 4, 317328.
  • Moffitt, R. (1990), The econometrics of kinked budget constraints, J. Econ. Perspect., 4, 119139.
  • Nauges, C., and R. Blundell (2002), Estimating residential water demand under block rate pricing: A nonparametric approach, paper presented at 2002 World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Assoc. of Environ. and Resour. Econ., Monterey, Calif.
  • Nieswiadomy, M., and D. Molina (1988), Urban water demand estimates under increasing block rates, Growth Change, 19, 112.
  • Nieswiadomy, M., and D. Molina (1989), Comparing residential water demand estimates under decreasing and increasing block rates using household data, Land Econ., 65, 280289.
  • Nieswiadomy, M., and D. Molina (1991), A note on price perception in water demand models, Land Econ., 67, 352359.
  • Olmstead, S., W. Hanemann, and R. Stavins (2005), Do consumers react to the shape of supply? Water demand under heterogeneous price structures, AEI-Brookings Joint Cent. Work. Pap. 05–10, AEI-Brookings Joint Cent. for Regul. Stud., Washington, D. C.
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) (1999), The Price of Water: Trends in OECD Countries, Paris.
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) (2003), Social Issues in the Provision and Pricing of Water Services, Paris.
  • United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (2004), Bulletin of Housing Statistics for Europe and North America 2004, Geneva.
  • Whittington, D. (1992), Possible adverse effects of increasing block water tariffs in developing countries, Econ. Dev. Cult. Change, 41, 7587.
  • Williams, M. (1985), Estimating urban residential demand for water under alternative price measures, J. Urban Econ., 18, 213225.