World Bank Publications | 2004-04 | ISBN: 0821350706 | 324 pages | PDF | 3,4 MB
Recognizing infrastructures importance, many countries over the past two decades have implemented far-reaching infrastructure reformsrestructuring, privatizing, and establishing new approaches to regulation. Reforming Infrastructure identifies the challenges involved in this massive policy redirection within the historical, economic, and institutional context of developing and transition economies. It also assesses the outcomes of these policy changes, as well as their distributional consequencesespecially for poor households and other disadvantaged groups. And, drawing on a range of international experiences and empirical studies, it recommends directions for future reforms and research to improve infrastructure performanceidentifying pricing policies that strike a balance between economic efficiency and social equity, suggesting rules governing access to bottleneck infrastructure facilities, and proposing ways to increase poor peoples access to these crucial services.
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