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Dale Whittington, W. Michael Hanemann, Claudia Sadoff and Marc Jeuland (2009), "The Challenge of Improving . Michael Hanemann, Claudia Sadoff and Marc Jeuland (2009), "The Challenge of Improving Water and Sanitation Services in Less Developed Countries", Foundations and Trends® in Microeconomics: Vol. 4: No. 6–7, pp 469-609. Published: 15 Sep 2009. Perhaps most critical to successful water and sanitation investments is to discover and implement forms of service and payment mechanisms that will render the improvements worthwhile for those who must pay for them.

6–7 (2008) 469–609 c 2009 D. Whittington, W. M. Hanemann, C. Sadoff and M. Jeuland DOI: 1. 561/0700000030 The Challenge of Improving Water and Sanitation Services in Less Developed Countries By Dale Whittington, W. Michael Hanemann, Claudia Sadoff an. . Michael Hanemann, Claudia Sadoff and Marc Jeuland Contents 1 Introduction 471 2 Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Investments in Network Water and Sanitation Infrastructure 475. Background - Five Things to Remember About Water 475 . The Limits to Conventional Network Technologies 477 . Costs of Municipal Water and Sanitation Network Infrastructure 483 . Economic Benefit.

Foundations and Trends in Microeconomics 4:469-609. This paper argues that there are many challenges to designing and implementing water and sanitation interventions that actually deliver economic benefits to the households in developing countries

Foundations and Trends in Microeconomics 4:469-609. This paper argues that there are many challenges to designing and implementing water and sanitation interventions that actually deliver economic benefits to the households in developing countries.

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Whittington, Dale & Hanemann, W. Michael & Sadoff, Claudia & Jeuland, Marc, 2009. Whittington, Dale & Pagiola, Stefano, 2011. The Challenge of Improving Water and Sanitation Services in Less Developed Countries," Foundations and Trends(R) in Microeconomics, now publishers, vol. 4(6–7), pages 469-609, September. Handle: RePEc:now:fntmic:0700000030. Ralph P. Hall & Shyam Ranganathan & Raj Kumar G. 2017. Michael Hanemann, Claudia Sadoff, Marc Jeuland. Published: 1 January 2007. in Foundations and Trends® in Microeconomics. Foundations and Trends® in Microeconomics, Volume 4, pp 469-609; doi:10. Cited by 22 articles. For questions or feedback, please reach us at support at scilit.

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Whittington, Dale ; Hanemann, William ; Sadoff, Claudia ; Jeuland, Marc. The challenge of improving water and sanitation services in less developed countries. In: Foundations and Trends in Microeconomics. In this paper, we argue that, in many cases, the conventional network technologies of water supply and sanitation will fail this test, and that poor households need alternative, non-network technologies.

The Challenge of Improving Water and Sanitation Services in Less Developed Countries shows the key to successful water and sanitation investments is to discover forms of service and payment mechanisms that will render the improvements worthwhile for those who must pay for them. However for any investment, the outcome is likely to be context-dependent - the outcome depends on economic and social conditions, including how it is implemented, by whom, and to what extent complementary changes - in behavior, in institutions, and sometimes in economic organization - also occur. The Challenge of Improving Water and Sanitation Services in Less Developed Countries is organized in three parts. Part I focuses on conventional network technologies for water supply and sanitation. Part II presents the probabilistic analytical approach that we use to analyze investments in the water and sanitation sector. In Part III we deploy this analytical framework to examine the costs and benefits of three specific low-cost, non-network water and sanitation interventions (deep boreholes with public handpumps, total community-led sanitation campaigns, and biosand filters) and one high-cost intervention (large multipurpose dams in Africa).