An Uncooperative Commodity: Privatizing Water in England and Wales

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Oxford University Press, 2003 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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The privatization of water supply is an emotive and controversial topic. The 'British model' of water privatization is unique: no other country has entirely privatized its water supply and sewerage systems. This book analyzes the socio-economic and environmental dimensions in privatization in England and Wales. It examines the implications of privatization for consumers, environmental management, and the water supply industry.

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Karen J. Bakker is an Assistant Professor, Dept of Geography, University of British Columbia.

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