Managing public water utilities: an assessment of bureaucratic and new public management models in the water supply and sanitation sectors in low- and middle-income countrieshttp://www.gwopa.org/templates/jreviews_overrides/views/themes/notoytheme/theme_images/nophoto_v3.png
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PhD thesis for the degree of Doctor from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. The work provides an assessment of bureaucratic and New Public Management models in the water supply and sanitation sectors in low- and middle-income countries, by through an introduction on the performance of public water utilities, reforms in the water sector, organization of water services, prevalence of public utilities, models of public management, bureaucracy, and the new public management and utility reform. The thesis does a cross-case comparison of well performing utilities in Uganda, Brazil, Vietnam, and Mexico.