Does Participatory Budgeting have an Effect on the Quality of Public Services?: The Case of Peru's Water and Sanitation Sector

Does Participatory Budgeting have an Effect on the Quality of Public Services?: The Case of Peru's Water and Sanitation Sector

http://www.gwopa.org/templates/jreviews_overrides/views/themes/notoytheme/theme_images/nophoto_v3.png
SecretariatSecretariat   July 24, 2015  
 
0.0 (0)
Write Review

Location

Region
Latin America and Caribbean
Country
Peru

Technical area

Resource Information

Language
Spanish
Types of Document/Material
Document and Report
Year of publication/production
2004
Published
Yes
Author
Jaramillo and Alcázar

Type of activity

Type of activity
Technical Assistance (Cooperation and Development Agencies, Development Banks)

imgbatch3 77Working paper on the case of Peru's water and sanitation sector on Participatory Budgeting (PB) and the effect on the quality of public services. The document explains the conceptual framework on public service performance, public goods and participatory mechanisms such as PB, PB processes in relation to provision and quality of water and sanitation services, institutional background, PB phases, municipal budgets, Water and Sanitation Service Provider Companies (WSPCs), methods, results, and policy implications.

Attachments

  • File Description
    File Size
    File Type
    Downloads
  • Does Participatory Budgeting have an Effect on the Quality of Public Services?: The Case of Peru's Water and Sanitation Sector
    755 KB
    1

User reviews

There are no user reviews for this listing.
Already have an account? or Create an account