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L'impartition du traitement de l'eau


  • Marcel Boyer
  • Jocelyn Martel
  • Michel Patry


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  • Marcel Boyer & Jocelyn Martel & Michel Patry, 1996. "L'impartition du traitement de l'eau," CIRANO Project Reports 1996rp-02, CIRANO.
  • Handle: RePEc:cir:cirpro:1996rp-02

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    5. Feigenbaum, Susan & Teeples, Ronald, 1983. "Public versus Private Water Delivery: A Hedonic Cost Approach," The Review of Economics and Statistics, MIT Press, vol. 65(4), pages 672-678, November.
    6. Marcel Boyer & Michel Patry & Pierre J. Tremblay, 1999. "La gestion déléguée de l'eau : Les enjeux," CIRANO Project Reports 1999rp-11, CIRANO.
    7. Andrew Powell, 1996. "On Restructuring, Regulation, and Competition in Utility Industries: Experience in the United Kingdom and Implications for Latin America," Research Department Publications 4038, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
    8. Richard Green, 1997. "Utility Regulation : A Critical Path for Revising Price Controls," World Bank Other Operational Studies 11566, The World Bank.
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