Introduction; Part I. Foundations: 1. International economic law and human rights; 2. Public services; 3. Instruments for
liberalizing public services; Part II. Human Rights and Gendered Implications of Liberalization of Public Services: 4. Liberalization
of water services; 5. Liberalization of educational services; 6. Liberalization of health services; 7. Accounting for the
differential implications of liberalized public services on developing countries and women; Part III. The Future of Liberalization
of Public Services: 8. Should public services continue to be liberalized?; 9. Conclusion; Index.