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Water, Electricity, and the Poor: Who Benefits from Utility Subsidies?

Water, Electricity, and the Poor: Who Benefits from Utility Subsidies? by Kristin Komives & Vivien Foster & Jonathan HalpernThis book is an extremely thorough and readable review of how effective utility subsidies are in reaching the poor. It makes sobering reading for policy makers who have implemented such subsidy programmes, who are looking for ways to ameliorate heavy price increases, or who believed that these subsidies were useful instruments for alleviating poverty." - Catherine Waddams, Director, Center for Competition Policy School of Management, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom "This study makes a fine contribution, theoretical and empirical, in an area where much nonsense has been preached, and...
Kristin Komives &
Vivien Foster &
Jonathan Halpern
19 Feb 2014$22.00

£17.24
€20.03
Ca$29.34
Au$29.45
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Residential Electricity Subsidies in Mexico: Exploring Options for Reform and for Enhancing the Impact on the Poor

Residential Electricity Subsidies in Mexico: Exploring Options for Reform and for Enhancing the Impact on the Poor by Kristin Komives & Todd M. Johnson & Jonathan D. HalpernLarge and growing subsidies to residential consumers in Mexico have become a major policy concern. This report explains the growth of subsidies, the current distribution of subsidies across income classes, and uses utility and household survey data to simulate how alternative subsidy mechanisms could improve distributional and fiscal performance. The goal is to help inform discussion in Mexico about how to reduce subsidies and redirect them toward the poor. The findings also offer lessons for other countries that are planning tariff reforms in their electricity sectors.
Kristin Komives &
Todd M. Johnson &
Jonathan D. Halpern
6 Mar 2009$15.00

£11.75
€13.65
Ca$20.01
Au$20.08
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