Privatization Revisited: Lessons from Private Sector Participation in Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries

Privatization Revisited: Lessons from Private Sector Participation in Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries

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English
Types of Document/Material
  • Guidelines / Best Practices and Manual
  • Article (Scientific)
Year of publication/production
2008
Published
Yes
Sanitation Area
Waste Water Management/Treatment
Author
Gunatilake and Carangal-San Jose

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Type of activity
Research

imgbatch1 85Working paper from the Asian Development Bank's Economic and Research Department which discusses privatization or Private Sector Participation (PSP) in water and sanitation in developing countries. The publication revises both lessons learned from public water utilities and lessons learned from PSP. Appendix includes documents on market and nonmarket failures, private sector investment and studies on 'firm-level efficiency'.

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