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Below are posts organised by topic
Sanitation-related Quality of Life (SanQoL) – my PhD topic
- Using the concept of ‘sanitation-related quality of life’ (SanQoL) to measure what is valued by users
- Quality of Service vs. Quality of Life – ways of measuring sanitation outcomes
- Better lives with better toilets – SanQoL translated for public engagement
- A PhD on urban sanitation economics
Key concepts in WASH economics
- What is WASH economics?
- Incremental benefits from increases in sanitation service level
- Sanitation as a public good and private asset
- Preferences and constraints – when does container-based sanitation address the binding constraint to uptake?
The state of WASH economics
- Economist-engineers and public health economists: is WASH economics a “field”?
- Why is WASH economics so far behind health economics?
WASH costing and costs
- What do we know about urban sanitation costs? (a review of Daudey, 2017)
- Determinants of urban sanitation costs – ‘willingness to connect’ and scale effects
- Recall bias and cost data
WASH funding and financing
- What is WASH finance?
- Sanitation’s share of water sector aid is falling
- The difference between economic and financial analysis for WASH services
- Funders shouldn’t misinterpret WASH-B and SHINE results as “WASH doesn’t work”
- To what should we compare the economic performance of WASH interventions?
- The economics of antimicrobial resistance and the role of water and sanitation services
Other water supply
- Water supply & diarrhoea – latest systematic review and economic implications
- Recent increases in rural water access in African countries relied predominantly on groundwater
- Categorisation of shared sanitation – some city-wide data using one approach
- The future is urban, the future is African (and implications for sanitation)
- CLTS, targeting and economic performance – reflections on two seminars
Other general WASH