How"natural"are natural monopolies in the water supply and sewerage sector ? Case studies from developing and transition economies
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- NAUGES CÃ©line & VAN DEN BERG Caroline, 2007. "How "natural" are natural monopolies in the water supply and sewerage sector? Case studies from developing and transition economies," LERNA Working Papers 07.05.226, LERNA, University of Toulouse.
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KeywordsTown Water Supply and Sanitation; Urban Water Supply and Sanitation; Economic Theory&Research; Water and Industry; Water Supply and Sanitation Governance and Institutions;
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