The only game in town: public private partnerships in the Irish water services sector

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Reeves, Eoin;
(2011)
  • Publisher: Economic and Social Research Institute
  • Journal: volume 42,pages95-111
  • Subject: procurement | public private partnerships | water services

peer-reviewed This paper was obtained through PEER (Publishing and the Ecology of European Research) http://www.peerproject.eu Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) transfer significant responsibility for infrastructure and public service delivery to the private s... View more
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