Reforming Infrastructure: Privatization, Regulation, and Competition

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Infrastructure is crucial for generating growth, alleviating poverty, and increasing international competitiveness. For much of the 20th century and in most countries, the network utilities that delivered infrastructure services--such as electricity, natural gas, telecommunications, railroads, and water supply--were vertically and horizontally integrated state monopolies. This approach often resulted in extremely weak services, especially in developing and transition economies, and particularly for poor people. Common ...

Reforming Infrastructure: Privatization, Regulation, and Competition 2005, Oxford University Press, USA, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780821350706

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