Caroline van den Berg
Caroline van den Berg
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TitleCited byYear
The IBNET water supply and sanitation performance blue book: The international benchmarking network for water and sanitation utilities databook
C Van den Berg, A Danilenko
The World Bank, 2010
962010
Economies of density, scale and scope in the water supply and sewerage sector: a study of four developing and transition economies
C Nauges, C Van den Berg
Journal of Regulatory Economics 34 (2), 144-163, 2008
882008
The IBNET water supply and sanitation blue book 2014: The international benchmarking network for water and sanitation utilities databook
A Danilenko, C Van den Berg, B Macheve, LJ Moffitt
The World Bank, 2014
742014
Demand for piped and non-piped water supply services: Evidence from Southwest Sri Lanka
C Nauges, C Van Den Berg
Environmental and Resource Economics 42 (4), 535-549, 2009
692009
How" natural" are natural monopolies in the water supply and sewerage sector? Case studies from developing and transition economies
C Nauges, C Van den Berg
The World Bank, 2007
442007
Water privatization and regulation in England and Wales
C Van den Berg
World Bank, Washington, DC, 1997
43*1997
Perception of health risk and averting behavior: An analysis of household water consumption in Southwest Sri Lanka
C Nauges, C Van Den Berg
TSE working paper, 2009
362009
Investing in water infrastructure: capital, operations and maintenance
DJ Rodriguez, C Van den Berg, A McMahon
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2012
292012
Drivers of non-revenue water: A cross-national analysis
C van den Berg
Utilities Policy 36, 71-78, 2015
272015
Water concessions: who wins, who loses, and what to do about it
C Van den Berg
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2000
252000
Rural water supply & sanitation in Bolivia: from pilot project to national program
J Sara, A Gross, C Van den Berg
The World Bank, 1996
201996
How" natural" are natural monopolies in the water supply and sewerage sector?
C Nauges, C Van den Berg
World bank, Energy transport a. water dep., Water unit, 2007
182007
The willingness to pay for access to piped water: a hedonic analysis of house prices in Southwest Sri Lanka
C van den Berg, C Nauges
Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences 5 (3), 151-166, 2012
162012
Spatial heterogeneity in the cost structure of water and sanitation services: A cross-country comparison of conditions for scale economies
C Nauges, C van den Berg
16th EAERE Conference, 2008
142008
Performance of water utilities in Africa
C Van den Berg, A Danilenko
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2017
132017
Unpackaging demand for water service quality: Evidence from conjoint surveys in Sri Lanka
JC Yang, SK Pattanayak, FR Jonson, C Mansfield, C van den Berg, ...
Policy Research Working Paper Series, 2006
132006
The IBNET water supply and sanitation performance Blue Book
C Berg, A Danilenko
122011
Water markets, demand, and cost recovery for piped water supply services: evidence from Southwest Sri Lanka
C Nauges, C Van den Berg
The World Bank, 2006
122006
Getting the assumptions right: private sector participation transaction design and the poor in Southwest Sri Lanka
C Van den Berg, S Pattanayak, CJC Yang, G Herath
Water Sector Board Discussion Paper 7, 2006
112006
The drivers of non-revenue water: how effective are non-revenue water reduction programs?
C Van den Berg
The World Bank, 2014
102014
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