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Public and Private Water Management in Europe


Citation

Kraemer, R. Andreas 1995: EUROWATER - Public and Private Water Management in Europe: A Survey. Ecologic - Gesellschaft für Internationale und Europäische Umweltforschung, Berlin.

Language
English, French
Year
1995
Dimension
42 pp.
Project ID
958
Table of Contents

PREAMBLE
PREFACE
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Privatisation and Regulation
1.2 Water Services and Industry
Figure: Functions in Urban Water Services
2. CONTEXT
2.1 Global Water Industry
2.2 Horizontal Integration
2.3 Role of Local Government
2.4 Role of Public Finances
2.5 Global Water Policy
3. INSTITUTIONAL INSTABILITY
Figure: The Vicious Circle of Instability
4. THREE REGULATORY MODELS
4.1 Centralised Public Policy (UK)
4.2 Competition for Monopolies (F)
4.3 Competition and Control (D)
5. ... AND PRIVATISATION
5.1 Types of Privatisation
Figure: A Typology of Privatisation
5.2 Competing Privatisations
5.3 Vectors of Competition
5.4 Industrial Policy Strategies
5.5 Successful Privatisation
6. EVALUATING INSTITUTIONS
6.1 Performance Indicators
6.2 Structural Indicators
7. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
7.1 Traditional Indicators
7.2 Material Intensity
7.3 Water Productivity
7.4 Water Resource Protection
7.5 Political Control
8. CONCLUSION
9. RESPONSE BY DAVID L. WALKER
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Water Services and Industry
9.3 The Context
9.4 Institutional Instability
9.5 Three Regulatory Models
9.6 Evaluating Institutions
9.7 Sustainable Development
9.8 Conclusions
BIBLIOGRAPHY