Aguanomics Update

  • April 14, 2017 Aguanomics update 6(7)

    - I went to the NKWK conference earlier this week to learn about how the Dutch are planning to adapt to climate change. It's good to see them taking the topic so seriously but not surprising, when the...

  • March 31, 2017 Aguanomics update 6(6)

    - The longer (and sunny!) days are turning the Netherlands into a happier place even as #Trumptraitor continues his war on America's strength, prestige, people and future. Sad... or Hitler?

  • March 10, 2017 Aguanomics update 6(5)

    - Oh boy, the days are getting longer and the sun is shining. It's enough to make you forget each day's dose of surreal political news. (Read this history of the Trump family

  • February 17, 2017 Aguanomics update 6(4)

    *News (10C and overcast in Den Haag)* - Busy here with interviewing student applicants, re-organizing data flows (new website!), and setting up an alumni outreach program. It's amazing what a little...

  • February 03, 2017 Aguanomics update 6(3)

    *News (overcast and 8C in Den Haag)* - I've been running around all week, so this will have to be quick

  • January 20, 2017 Aguanomics update 6(2)

    - Classes are restarting soon, so I am racing around to finish drafts on "how to teach common pool economics" (and perhaps "a history of the Dutch water sector") as well as other tasks before the stor...

  • January 10, 2017 Aguanomics update 6(1) -- welcome 2017 and new subscribers!

    I have added many of you from LinkedIn because I prefer email (1:1) or "posts" (1:many) over that many:many format.

  • December 20, 2016 Corrected AguaUpdate 5(22)

    *Sorry about the terrible formatting. Hopefully this is better.*

  • December 09, 2016 Aguanomics update 5(21) -- help me choose a book cover?

    === News (15C and noisy from traffic in Barcelona) ===

  • November 25, 2016 Aguanomics update 5(20) -- love your neighbors (you'll need them)

    - Americans are celebrating Thanksgiving with family by eating too much, watching TV, shopping, and arguing over politics. This column