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The future of public water governance : has water privatization peaked? / edited by Christopher A. Scott, Bernard de Gouvello
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright London : Routledge, 2014
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  HD4456 .F88 2014    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Water utilities
Water utilities -- Privatization
Water resources development -- Government policy
Physical Description x, 192 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Content Type text
Media Type unmediated
Carrier Type volume
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Water governance after the privatization era / Christopher A. Scott and Bernard de Gouvello -- Changing paradigms in water and sanitation services in Argentina: towards a sustainable model? / Bernard de Gouvello, Emilio J. Lentini and Federica Brenner -- The remunicipalization of Parisian water services: new challenges for local authorities and policy implications / Joyce Valdovinos -- A pragmatic approach to multiple water use coordination in Chile / Matías Guiloff -- Hydroelectric power generation in Chile: an institutional critique of the neutrality of market mechanisms / Manuel Prieto and Carl Bauer -- The global commodification of wastewater / Christopher A. Scott and Liqa Raschid-Sally -- The role of the public and private sectors in water provision in Arizona, USA / Sharon B. Megdal -- Virtual water hegemony: the role of agribusiness in global water governance / Suvi Sojamo, Martin Keulertz, Jeroen Warner and John Anthony Allan -- Does corporate agribusiness have a positive role in global food and water security? / M. Dinesh Kumar -- Private-sector participation in water service provision: revealing governance gaps / Aziza Akhmouch and Céline Kauffmann -- Privatization and water service provision in the United States: a recommendation for expanded oversight and the development and adoption of best practices / Sabrina A. Cotta -- Access to water in a Nairobi slum: women's work and institutional learning / Ben Crow and Edmond Odaba -- Basic issues revisited and experiences in the provision of water for all / Anand Chiplunkar -- Intermittent water supplies: challenges and opportunities for residential water users in Jordan / David E. Rosenberg, Samer Talozi and Jay R. Lund -- The resilience of public water governance: outlook and lessons learned / Christopher A. Scott and Bernard de Gouvello
Series Routledge special issues on water policy and governance
Alternate Author Scott, Christopher A
Gouvello, Bernard de

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