Moving Beyond the Privatisation Debate: Different Approaches to financing Water and Electricity in Developing Countries
In todayâ€™s developing world the vast majority of water and electricity services are provided by public utilities. Rather than asking â€œwho should provide the servicesâ€ , the authors adopt a financing point of view and look at how access to basic utilities for all can be funded in a sustainable manner. The paper is based on a series of multi-stakeholder consultations which the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, in cooperation with the UN Financing for Development Offi ce and the International Poverty Center of UNDP has organized in 2006 and 2007. [FES Occasional Paper]
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