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Defining a Resilient Business Model for Water Utilities
J Hughes, M Tiger, S Eskaf, SI Berahzer, S Royster, Boyle, C Boyle, ...
Water Research Foundation, 2014
382014
Cost Plus: Estimating Real Determinants of Water and Sewer Bills
RE Thorsten, S Eskaf, J Hughes
Public Works Management & Policy 13 (3), 224-238, 2009
302009
The dose response: perceptions of people living with HIV in the United States on alternatives to oral daily antiretroviral therapy
K Dubé, S Eskaf, D Evans, J Sauceda, P Saberi, B Brown, D Averitt, ...
AIDS research and human retroviruses 36 (4), 324-348, 2020
272020
Mining water billing data to inform policy and communication strategies
CE Boyle, S Eskaf, MW Tiger, JA Hughes
Journal AWWA 103 (11), 45-58, 2011
272011
Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure in Appalachia: An Analysis of Capital Funding and Funding Gaps
J Hughes, R Whisnant, L Weller, S Eskaf, M Richardson, S Morrissey, ...
Environmental Finance Center at UNC, 2005
192005
Designing water rate structures for conservation & revenue stability
M Tiger, J Hughes, S Eskaf
University of North Carolina Environmental Finance Center and Sierra Club …, 2014
182014
Heterogeneous responses to price: Evidence from residential water consumers
AR El-Khattabi, S Eskaf, JP Isnard, L Lin, B McManus, AJ Yates
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 107, 102430, 2021
152021
Exploring Treatment and Capacity‐Sharing Agreements Between Water Utilities.
DE Gorelick, HB Zeff, J Hughes, S Eskaf, GW Characklis
Journal: American Water Works Association 111 (9), 26-40, 2019
142019
Perceptions of HIV virologic control strategies among younger and older age groups of people living with HIV in the United States: A cross-sectional survey
P Saberi, S Eskaf, J Sauceda, D Evans, K Dubé
AIDS research and human retroviruses 36 (7), 606-615, 2020
132020
Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure in Appalachia:.
J Hughes, R Whisnant, L Weller, S Eskaf, M Richardson, S Morrissey, ...
UNC Environmental Finance Center, 2005
102005
Measuring & Mitigating Water Revenue Variability: Understanding How Pricing Can Advance Conservation without Undermining Utilities' Revenue Goals
S Eskaf, J Hughes, M Tiger, K Bradshaw, S Leurig
Ceres, 2014
92014
Preliminary acceptability of a home-based peripheral blood collection device for viral load testing in the context of analytical treatment interruptions in HIV cure trials …
K Dubé, S Eskaf, E Hastie, H Agarwal, L Henley, C Roebuck, WB Carter, ...
Journal of Personalized Medicine 12 (2), 231, 2022
82022
Avoiding punishment? Electoral accountability for local fee increases
K Hansen, S Eskaf, M Mullin
Urban Affairs Review 58 (3), 888-906, 2022
72022
Using an index to help project capital costs into the future
S Eskaf
UNC Environmental Finance Center, 2012
72012
Participant perspectives and experiences following an intensively monitored antiretroviral pause in the United States: results from the AIDS Clinical Trials Group A5345 …
K Dubé, S Eskaf, L Barr, D Palm, E Hogg, JM Simoni, J Sugarman, ...
AIDS research and human retroviruses 38 (6), 510-517, 2022
62022
Four trends in government spending on water and wastewater utilities since 1956
S Eskaf
The UNC School of Government Environmental Finance Blog, 2015
62015
"Percent MHI" Indicator of Affordability of Residential Rates: Using the US Census Bureau’s Median Household Income Data
S Eskaf
Georgia Operator Magazine 50 (2), 26-30, 2013
6*2013
A Guide to Customer Water-Use Indicators for Conservation and Financial Planning
A Vickers, MW Tiger, S Eskaf
American Water Works Association, 2013
42013
Implications of residential irrigation metering for customers' expenditures and demand
MW Tiger, S Eskaf, JA Hughes
Journal AWWA 103 (12), 30-41, 2011
42011
Enhancing Performance of Small Water Systems through Shared Management
S Eskaf, D Moreau
Environmental Finance Center at UNC, 2009
42009
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