Water Utility Management International
Volume 2 Issue 1
full issue here
- World Bank study assesses corruption
- A study by World Bank senior economist Charles Kenny has highlighted the need for use of large surveys to better assess corruption in infrastructure projects and responses to the problem.
- Criticism of regulator for handling of demand and leakage in England and Wales
- The UK's National Audit Office has issued a report that takes a detailed look at Ofwat's role in regulating the demand for water and leakage levels in England and Wales.
- Evaluating the real impact of corruption
- Corruption exists, but development of policies to address it requires fuller understanding of the issue. Lis Stedman reports on a World Bank study of the problem.
- A sanitation solution for Indonesia's urban areas
- A new Asian Development Bank contract aims to help Indonesia develop plans for the country's urban sanitation services. Lis Stedman spoke with James Currie of Black & Veatch about the contract.
- Improving performance at water and wastewater utilities through effective knowledge management
- By Peter von Zweck and Elisa Speranza
- Mastering utility management
- By Lis Stedman
- Financial sustainability as a foundation for infrastructure development and management: best practices
- By Eric Rothstein and Deborah Galardi
- Communications as a cornerstone of water utility leadership
- By Jane Mobley
- The secrets of a successful public water utility
- By Keith Hayward
- Capitalising on international funding for infrastructure projects in China - lessons from case studies
- By Xiu Hua Zhang and Chi Rong Huang
- Partnership instead of privatisation
- By Manfred Rauch
ISSN Print: 1747-7751
ISSN Online: 1747-776x
Published by IWA Publishing