The Quality Infrastructure Investment Database is an initiative of the G20 under the 2019 Japanese Presidency, in collaboration with the Global Infrastructure Hub, the OECD and the World Bank.
The database includes resources and facilities relevant to Quality Infrastructure Investment under the principles of Sustainable Growth & Development, Economic Efficiency, Environmental Considerations, Building Resilience, Social Considerations, and Infrastructure Governance.
This paper compares and contrasts the experience of institutional investors in the two countries looking at factors such as infrastructure policies, the pension system, investment strategies and governance of pension funds.
As part of its Public Procurement Toolbox, the OECD developed indicators to measure the performance of public procurement systems.
This handbook provides institutional investors with an overview of opportunities and risks of investing in renewable energy infrastructure.
The OECD Recommendation on Public Procurement is the overarching OECD guiding principle on public procurement that promotes the strategic and holistic use of public procurement.
This Primer provides an introduction to blockchain technology, outlines some of the potential benefits it can bring, and considers the risks and challenges it poses.
This report sets out several of the recent advances, and suggests the most promising approaches, to the quantification and valuation of some of the wider economic benefits that flow from transport-related development.
This report reviews experiences with strategic infrastructure planning with a view to identifying international best practices.
This report examines the issues that need to be considered before the decision to proceed to costly expansions with long-life spans and a structural influence on the local and national economy, drawing insights from a major port expansion project in Chile.
The OECD conducted a survey highlighting 10 governance challenges that countries face which includes promoting strategic planning across many divisions of government, managing threats to integrity, ensuring good regulatory design, ensuring an integrative consultation process, and ensuring value-for-money and affordability
The guidelines give concrete advice to countries on how to manage their responsibilities as company owners, thus helping the state-owned enterprises to become more competitive, efficient and transparent.
This convention creates legally binding standards to criminalise bribery of foreign public officials in international business transactions.
The OECD High-Level Principles for Integrity, Transparency and Effective Control of Major Events and related Infrastructures build upon lessons learned from the cooperation between the Italian Anti-Corruption Authority (ANAC) and the OECD in the development of infrastructure related to Expo Milano 2015 to set out a model that can be applied to many other large infrastructure projects that face the same challenges..
The Recommendation calls for governments to assess their public procurement laws and practices at all levels of government in order to promote more effective procurement and reduce the risk of bid rigging in public tenders.
The OECD Recommendation on Public Integrity provides policy makers with a vision for a public integrity strategy.
This note seeks to identify a research agenda for addressing the main gaps in information for understanding the drivers and impediments of long-term investment and related financing.
Two sets of indicators measuring economy-wide and sector-specific regulatory barriers at the country level.
OECD Stat includes country-level macroeconomic, demographic and social indicators, as well as data on a number of sectors and industries including infrastructure.
The quality of infrastructure is the second pillar in the WEF's Global Competitiveness Rankings.
The Global Emerging Markets (GEMs) Risk Database is the world's largest default and loss database for the emerging markets. It pools data on credit default rates from customers funded by the contributing IFIs, their rating migration and the recovery rates of defaulted projects.
The Intergovernmental Group of Twenty-Four on International Monetary Affairs and Development (G-24) coordinates the position of developing countries on monetary and development issues.