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eBook The Age of Commodity download ISBN: 1844071340
Author: Greg Ruiters
Publisher: Routledge (December 3, 2004)
Language: English
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The Age of Commodity" provides an overview on the debates over water privatization including a conceptual overview of water "privatization," how it. .This is book is powerful and necessary reading in our new age of commodity.

The book then presents case studies of important water privatization initiatives in the region, drawing out crucial themes common to water privatization debates around the world including corruption, gender equity, and donor conditionalities.

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Greg Ruiters is Senior Lecturer in Political Studies at Rhodes University, South Africa.

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The age of commodity: Water privatization in Southern Africa. Alternatives to privatization: Public options for essential services in the global South. DA McDonald, G Ruiters. The age of commodity: Water privatization in Southern Africa. The effects of the living wage in Baltimore. C Niedt, G Ruiters, D Wise, E Schoenberger. Economic Policy Institute, 1999.

Age of Commodity : Water Privatization in Southern Africa. In this global process, the ownership, sale and supply of water is increasingly a flashpoint for debates and conflict over privatization, and nowhere is the debate more advanced or acute than in Southern Africa.

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The Age of Commodity provides an overview of the debates over water in the region including a conceptual overview of water 'privatization', how it relates to human rights, macro-economic policy and GATS. The book then presents case studies of important water privatization initiatives in the region, drawing out crucial themes common to water privatization debates around the world including corruption, gender equity and donor conditionalities. This book is powerful and necessary reading in our new age of commodity. Greg Ruiters is Senior Lecturer in Political Studies at Rhodes University, South Africa.

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The age of commodity. water privatization in Southern Africa. Theorizing water privatization in Southern Africa, David A. McDonald and Greg Ruiters. The new water architecture of SADC, Larry A. Swatuk. by David A. Published 2005 by Earthscan in London, Sterling, VA. Written in English. The constitutional implications of commercializing water in South Africa, Sean Flynn and Danwood Mzikenge Chirwa. Turning off the taps on the GATS, Karl Flecker and Tony Clarke.

As globalization and market liberalization march forward unabated the global commons continue to be commodified and privatized at a rapid pace. In this global process, the ownership, sale and supply of water is increasingly a flashpoint for debates and conflict over privatization, and nowhere is the debate more advanced or acute than in Southern Africa. The Age of Commodity provides an overview of the debates over water in the region including a conceptual overview of water 'privatization', how it relates to human rights, macro-economic policy and GATS. The book then presents case studies of important water privatization initiatives in the region, drawing out crucial themes common to water privatization debates around the world including corruption, gender equity and donor conditionalities. This book is powerful and necessary reading in our new age of commodity.