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ECLACEl codigo de aguas de Chile: entre la ideologia y la realidad – 1999Servicios publicos y regulacion: consecuencias legales de las fallas de mercado – 1999Modalidades para la participación privada en la prestación de los servicios de agua:” –   Terence Lee y Andrei Jouravlev. Serie Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo No. 2. 1997.La regulación de la prestación privada de servicios relacionados con el agua – 1997.Regulation of the private provision of public water-related services – 1996.
Prácticas recomendables para la elaboración de leyes y regulaciones relacionadas con el recurso hídrico – Miguel Solanes y David Getches. EHPDecentralization of water supply and sanitation systems in Central America and the Dominican Republic – F. Rosensweig; et al. 1999.Descentralization de los servicios de suministro de agua potable y saneamiento en El Salvador – C. Linares, et al. 1999.Regional analysis of decentralization of water supply and sanitation services in Central America and the Dominican Republic – I. Walker; et al. 1999. UNDP-World Bank Water and Sanitation ProgrammeCommunity based sewer systems in Indonesia: a case-study in the city of Malang – S. Foley; et al. 1999.Credit connections: meeting the infrastructure needs of the informal sector through microfinance in urban India: issues paper – 1999.Los pequenos operadores en el sector de agua potable y saneamiento en ParaguayPosibilidades y limites de los proveedores privados de agua: los operadores independientes en el Africa franconaSmall towns and the private sector – Conference papers USAIDFinal report: private sector development contract-Albania: urban services water cost study for Berat, Durres, and Kavaja – R. Albani; et al. 1996.Promoting community participation in municipal services: potable water project in Matagalpa, Nicaragua – S. Dorsey, 1996. WEDCCommunity initiatives in urban infrastructure – A.P. Cotton; et al. 1998.Effective demand for rural water supply in South Africa – M. Webster. 1999. World BankCompetition in water and sanitation: the role of small-scale entrepreneurs – T. Maria Solo, 1998.Expanding water and sanitation services to low-income households – K. Komives; et al. 1999Reaching the urban poor with private infrastructure – P. Brook Cowen; et al. 1999.Recent trends in private participation in infrastructure – N. Roger, 1999.

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