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Reforming Without Resourcing: The Case of the Urban Water Supply in Zambia

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  • Hulya Dagdeviren

    () (University of Hertfordshire)

  • Simon A. Robertson

    () (University of Hertfordshire)

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I. Introduction Public water supply systems have increasingly been subject to commercialisation or corporatisation in the developing world. This method is sometimes used as a surrogate for privatisation in circumstances where existing systems of provision are unattractive for multinational water companies. By reforming the public sector in the image of independent and self-sufficient private enterprises, the chief aim of commercialisation is to improve the efficiency of operations often associated with the private sector. (...)

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  • Hulya Dagdeviren & Simon A. Robertson, 2008. "Reforming Without Resourcing: The Case of the Urban Water Supply in Zambia," Policy Research Brief 8, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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    1. Guillermo Perry & Ramona Angelescu, 2013. "Building a culture of accountability in service delivery. An overview of results of the GDN project on Varieties of Governance in Service Delivery," DOCUMENTOS CEDE 011930, UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES-CEDE.

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