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Commercialization and Decentralization of Local Services Provision

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Data for “Does Commercialization Undermine the Benefits of Decentralization for Local Services Provision? Evidence from Mexico’s Urban Water and Sanitation Sector”, World Development 56 (April 2014): 16-31.

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Herrera, Veronica. (2015) Data for: "Does Commercialization Undermine the Benefits of Decentralization for Local Services Provision? Evidence from Mexico’s Urban Water and Sanitation Sector." 2013. World Development, 56 (1): 16 - 31. Active Citation Compilation, QDR:10050. Syracuse, NY: Qualitative Data Repository [distributor]. http://doi.org/10.5064/F6F769GQ

PID QDR:10050 project
Geography Mexico, Latin America
Topic commercialization, decentralization, neoliberal reforms, public services, urban studies, water and sanitation
Creator Veronica Herrera, Department of Political Science, University of Connecticut (veronica.herrera@uconn.edu)
Collection Type Active Citation compilation
Version Original (Pilot Project)
Date 2007-01-01 to 2012-12-31
Temporal Coverage 1997-01-01 to 2012-12-31
Language Spanish
Rights

None of the interview material (audio, transcript or interview notes) is shared as part of the published project since no consent for this use was obtained from participants.

The data included in the planned active citation project that have been published in Mexico are not under copyright. Some of the secondary sources (academic material) being cited are, but the author has observed the standard of fair use. Standard QDR access for all shared source materials.

Publisher Qualitative Data Repository
DOI 10.5064/F6F769GQ
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