Table of contents for Regulating water and sanitation for the poor : economic regulation for public and private partnerships / edited by Richard Franceys and Esther Gerlach.

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Contents
Contributors
Acknowledgements
Preface
1. Water and sanitation for the urban poor - Richard Franceys	
2. Economic regulation - Esther Gerlach 					
3. Regulating for the poor ¿ Esther Gerlach
4. Monitoring public providers for the poor
 Case Study 1, Jaipur, India - Marion Gessler & Urmila Brighu
 Case Study 2, Kampala, Uganda - Kevin Sansom 
5. Regulating public providers for the poor
 Case Study 3, Lusaka, Zambia - Sam Kayaga
 Case Study 4, Accra & Kumasi, Ghana - Kwabena Nyarko & Samuel Odai
6. Regulating management & concession contracts for the poor
 Case Study 5, Jakarta, Indonesia, Esther Gerlach & Alizar Anwar 
 Case Study 6, Amman, Jordan - Esther Gerlach
 Case Study 7, La Paz & El Alto, Bolivia - Andrew Trevett & 		Richard Franceys
Case Study 8, Manila, The Philippines - Lyn Capistrano & Esther 	Gerlach 
7. Regulating ¿divested¿ water utilities for the poor
Case Study 9, Santiago, Chile - Andrew Trevett & Richard Franceys
Case Study 10, Central England - Richard Franceys
8. Regulating alternative providers for the poor ¿ Esther Gerlach 	
9. Involving and empowering poor customers ¿ Richard Franceys and Esther Gerlach
10. Pro-poor economic regulation ¿ Esther Gerlach & Richard Franceys with Peter Howsam	
Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Water utilities -- Developing countries.
Water-supply -- Economic aspects -- Developing countries.
Sewerage -- Economic aspects -- Developing countries.
Public-private sector cooperation -- Developing countries.