Paradigms of Decentralization, Institutional Design, and Poverty: Drinking Water in the Philippines
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- Israel, Danilo C., 2009. "Local Service Delivery of Potable Water in the Philippines: National Review and Case Analysis," Discussion Papers DP 2009-38, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
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Keywordsdecentralization; drinking water; Oriental Negros; paradigms of decentralization; decentralization and service delivery; institutions and development; institutional design for decentralization; linkages between drinking water and poverty; politics of decentralization;
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