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Kishimoto, Satoko; Lobina, Emanuele; Petitjean, Olivier; Transnational Institute; Public Services International Research Unit, University of Greenwich; Multinationals Observatory; Municipal Services Project; European Federation of Public Service Unions (2015)
Publisher: Transnational Institute (TNI) / Public Services International Research Unit (PSIRU) / Multinationals Observatory / Municipal Services Project (MSP) / European Federation of Public Service Unions (EPSU)
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: G1, HD, GE
This book provides a comprehensive catalogue of water remunicipalisation cases. Water remunicipalisation is a global trend that has emerged in the last 15 years, contradicting neoliberal theorists, international financial institutions, and their expectations of superior private sector performance. This book aims to draw lessons and stimulate debates on water remunicipalisation as an under-researched topic of high relevance for citizens, policy makers and scholars alike. The book looks at the experiences with water remunicipalisation in key countries such as France, the US, and Germany, and in important cities such as Paris and Jakarta, as well as a number of cross-cutting themes. These themes include: the challenge posed to public water services by investor protection clauses; the position of the trade union movement vis-à-vis remunicipalisation; and performance evaluation as a way of measuring the success of remunicipalisation.

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