Charting a new course : structural reforms in Colombia's water supply and sanitation sector

@inproceedings{Andrs2010ChartingAN,
  title={Charting a new course : structural reforms in Colombia's water supply and sanitation sector},
  author={Luis Alberto Andr{\'e}s and David Sislen and Philippe Marin},
  year={2010}
}
Infrastructure plays a key role in promoting economic growth and opportunities. In particular, the efficient provision of basic infrastructure services, like water and sanitation, is a key ingredient in fostering a country's social and economic development. Previous studies have found that infrastructure has a positive impact on output, and can improve economic opportunity, including health and education for the poor, particularly in developing countries. In Argentina, a 2005 study, found that… 
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