In the Global Infrastructure Hub’s InfraCompass analysis, Singapore takes top honours. In fact, Asia boasts three of the top four overall performers of the eighty-one monitored countries.
Although Indonesia’s PPP regulations date back to 2005, initially the number of actual project transactions between the government and private sector was very limited. The private sector’s interest in Indonesian projects was constrained by three main factors; the low quality of project preparation, low financial feasibility of projects (particularly those related to the determination of tariffs) and uncertainty related to the political risk of projects.
India’s project preparation framework is steered by its line ministries and sub-national governments, who are adopting a streamlined and systematic approach to project development. The capacity of public institutions to plan, prepare and deliver infrastructure projects is central to effective infrastructure development.
This publication outlines the technical assistance in the form of CEPs workshops for government officials in DMCs.
This publication captures the proceedings of the forum, which featured presentations on the regional economic outlook and various financing schemes for urban infrastructure projects.
This report outlines how policy makers should focus on improving access to safely managed wastewater management services, providing several revelant examples from the region of Japan.
This report provides us with a resource with how Armenia improved its water supply and sanitation infrastructure and services through PPPs and various financing methods.
This is a report by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on the strategy and road map for the water supply and sanitation sector in Cambodia.
This paper investigates the relationship between high-speed rail (HSR) and agglomeration economy in the scope of specialization and diversity.
We introduce and apply the concept of spillover effects to high-speed rail (HSR) development to formulate the economic impact on increasing the regional tax revenue.
This publication is an assessment of the rationale for coordination between various healthcare and pension policies to better manage the cost of ageing.
This map summarizes information on the connectivity of 67 important South Asian cities concerning infrastructure networks.
Communication throughout infrastructure project preparation should be recognised as a strategic activity. It should factor in the importance of all key stakeholder groups towards the project, tailor communicative actions to engage and inform them and foster a supportive environment.
Ambitions Beyond Growth- Economic and Social Survey of Asia-Pacific Region” by UN ESCAP 2019 reveals that achieving the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 would require an annual additional investment of $1.5 trillion for Asia-Pacific developing countries – equivalent to five per cent of their combined GDP in 2018, or about four per cent in terms of the annual average GDP for the period 2016-2030.
Explore the capability of 56 countries to deliver infrastructure projects, identify priority reforms and pinpoint leading practices across infrastructure governance & institutions, regulatory frameworks, permits, planning, procurement and delivery.
Global Infrastructure Outlook allows you to explore the annual infrastructure trends, needs and gaps up to 2040 for 7 sectors, 56 countries, 5 regions and the world total.
This policy brief reviews two aspects of independent regulation: institutional efficacy, including primarily autonomy, capacity, and accountability; and the mode of regulation, or the regulator's functional scope. Recommendations are made in the policy brief relating to the entire regulatory process.