Abstract: Institutional economics and collective action theories are used to show that a new urban water supply model based on decentralized cooperation and a strengthening of local authorities capabilities is the only way to improve access at low prices, especially for poor urban dwellers.
Author(s): Cissé, Arona
Source(s): , 6 p.
Published: 2011 Hyper articles en ligne] (HAL), [S.l. (English