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Title:Modernisierung der Wasserwirtschaft im Spannungsfeld von Umweltschutz und Wettbewerb: braucht Deutschland eine Rechtsgrundlage für die Vergabe von Wasserversorgungskonzessionen? PDF Logo
Authors:Schalast, Christoph
Issue Date:2005
Series/Report no.:Working paper series // Frankfurt School of Finance & Management 63
Abstract:The working report looks at the actual situation of the German water market, the only infrastructure market the EU has not encouraged to deregulate until now. Especially important factors are the environmental relevance of the water market and the importance of water as a food. At the moment, however, there is a significant structural change taking place in the German water market. This is due to EU initiatives in the areas of Public Private Partnership (PPP) and, in general, to the allocation of public concessions as well as to a considerable need of modernisation and financing of German water management. The working report presents the current situation of this development and based on this tries to develop a sensible concession model for a competitive German water management. That is the only way to achieve the necessary legal security for PPP and its financing in water management.
Subjects:Water Management
Modernisation
European Union
Internal Market
Public Private Partnership (PPP)
Public Concessions
Legal Security
Financing
Privatisation
Liberalisation
Environment
JEL:K19
K22
Persistent Identifier of the first edition:urn:nbn:de:101:1-20080825129
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Frankfurt School - Working Paper Series, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

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