Water Service Delivery Reform in China: Safeguarding the Interests of the Poor
Ashley Chunli Shen (),
Qian Wang and
Heng-Fu Zou ()
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Denis Nitikin: The World Bank
Qian Wang: San Francisco State University
Annals of Economics and Finance, 2012, vol. 13, issue 2, pages 463-487
China faces a water scarcity problem that is severe by international standards. Many factors, including rapid urbanization and environmental degradation etc, have been challenging the water service delivery in China. Since water scarcity and quality have impact on the poor, reforms to the water service provision can produce substantial improvements in the living standard of the economically disadvantaged groups. The objective of this study is to critically evaluate the strengths and weakness of China's current water financing and delivering system, with a focus on safeguarding the interests of the poor, and to offer insight into possible solutions.
Keywords: Water administration; Water pricing; Water financing (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q25 I31 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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