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OECD -Paris, FR, Managing water for all: an OECD perspective on pricing and financing. Paris, France: OECD, 2009, p. 147 p. : 26 boxes, 15 fig., 9 tab.
Butterworth, J. and De la Harpe, J., Not so petty : corruption risks in payment and licensing systems for water, vol. no. 26. Chr. Michelsen Institute, U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Bergen, Norway, p. 4 p. : 1 box, 1 tab., 2009.
Nyarko, K.B., Awuah, E., and Ofori, D., Self supply schemes for community water supply in Ghana, in Access to sanitation and safe water: global partnerships and local actions : 33rd WEDC conference, Accra, Ghana, 13-17 November 2006 : conference proceedings, 2008, pp. P. 441-425 : 3 photogr.
Barton, D.N., Raju, K.V., and McNeill, D., Water valuation and pricing – when are they useful in water management?, vol. no. 3. Norwegian Institute for Water Research, NIVA, Oslo, Norway, p. 7 p. : ill., 2008.
Kingdom, B., Liemberger, R., and Marin, P., The challenge of reducing non-revenue water (NRW) in developing countries : how the private sector can help : a look at performance-based service contracting, vol. no. 8. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. vii, 40. p. : 4 fig., 6 tab., 2006.
Blanc, A. and Ghesquieres, C., Decentralisation et politique de l'eau gratuite en Afrique du Sud : quelle place pour le secteur prive, vol. no. 25. Agence Francaise de Developpement, Paris, France, p. 29 p. : 4 boxes, 2 fig., 2 tab., 2006.
Franceys, R., Perry, C., and Fonseca, C., Guidelines for water user fees and cost recovery for water, sanitation and irrigation projects. IRC, Delft, The Netherlands, p. 109 p. : boxes, 13 tab., 2006.
Koppen, B. van, Moriarty, P., and Boelee, E., Multiple-use water services to advance the Millennium Development Goals, vol. no. 98. Battaramulla, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI), 2006, p. v, 44 p. : 2 boxes, 4 fig., 1 tab.
Nickum, J.E. and Lee, Y.-S.F., Same longitude, different latitudes : institutional change in urban water in China, North and South, Environmental politics, pp. p. 231 – 247, 2006.
EPA -Washington, DC, US. Office of Water, Setting small drinking water system rates for a sustainable future : one of the simple tools for effective performance (STEP) guide series. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Washington, DC, USA, p. 62 p., 2006.
Rao, B. and Seetharam, K.E., Strategic thinking to achieve water MDGs. Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines, p. 45 p. : 7 boxes, 14 tab., 2006.
Smith, J.A. and Green, J.M., Free basic water in Msunduzi, Kwa-Zulu-Natal : is it making a difference to the lives of low-income households?, Water policy : official journal of the World Water Council, pp. p. 443-467 2 fig. 4 tab., 2005.
United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs -New York, NY, US, A gender perspective on water resources and sanitation, vol. no. 2. United Nations Department of International Economic and Social Affairs, New York, NY, USA, p. 25 p., 2005.
Baroudy, E., Lahlou, L.L., and Attia, B., Managing water demand : policies, practices and lessons from the Middle East and North Africa . London, UK: IWA Publishing, 2005, p. xii, 61 p. : fig., tab.
Tynan, N. and Kingdom, B., Optimal size for utilities? : returns to scale in water : evidence from benchmarking, vol. no. 283. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. 4 p. : 3 tab., 2005.
Lauria, D.T., Hopkins, O.S., and Debomy, S., Pro-poor subsidies for water connections in West Africa : a preliminary study, vol. no. 3. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. xi, 31 p. : 4 boxes, 4 fig., 4 tab., 2005.
Volckmar Dyrnes, G. and Vatn, A., Who owns the water? : a study of a water conflict in the Valley of Ixtlahuaca, Mexico, Water policy : official journal of the World Water Council, pp. p. 295-312 : 2 fig., 2005.