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Market design can help solve global water scarcity. Here's how

Water rights are often based on outdated, complex systems of ownership. Image: REUTERS/Euzivaldo Queiroz/A Critica.

Paul Milgrom

Nobel laureate 2020, Professor of Humanities and Sciences, co-founder and Chairman of Auctionomics, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Silvia Console Battilana

Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Auctionomics, Stanford University

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