Publications include reports, reference guides, toolkits, frameworks, academic papers, analytical pieces and case studies from all over the world, related to the various drivers of infrastructure development. Use the filters to narrow down the below list of publications.
This series provides an overview of public-private partnership stories in various infrastructure sectors, where IFC was the lead advisor. This specific case relates to the NAIA Expressway project in Philippines.
This handbook provides institutional investors with an overview of opportunities and risks of investing in renewable energy infrastructure.
This report seeks to identify key capital markets instruments that can help mobilize institutional investors to infrastructure and small and medium enterprises (SME) financing in emerging market economies (EMEs).
The Public-Private Partnership Legal Resource Center (PPPLRC) provides sample legal materials which can assist in the planning, design and legal structuring of any infrastructure project.
This toolkit is a resource designed to assist practitioners working on the next generation of PSP contracts for smaller water projects.
This website provides a set of resources on using performance based contracts to reduce non-revenue water. It includes tools and project preparation guidelines, case studies and training material.
This report presents the water and climate adaptation plan (WATCAP) developed for the Sava river basin (SRB), the report covers climate impacts in the Sava river basin, an economic evaluation of the SRB and Hydrologic Modeling of SRB.
This report focuses on the risks of climate change to development in Sub-Saharan Africa, South East Asia and South Asia, the report focuses on the poorest and the most vulnerable groups.
This book describes some key global water challenges, perspectives for remote sensing approaches, and their importance for water resources-related activities. It presents eight key types of water resources management variables, a list of sensors that can produce such information, and a description of existing data products with examples.
The study recommends measures and technologies to overcome the existing problems and transform the cities of Amritsar and Ludhiana, the report covers improved storage drainage, improved urban environment and addressing services for the poor.
This document discusses how science-based indicators of vulnerability to climate change and of adaptability can inform the prioritization of adaptation assistance from a global adaptation fund.
This report outlines lessons from two river basins in India, while arguing how planning for hydropower development needs to evolve from a project-based engineering approach to a more holistic one.
This brief outlines some of the issues surrounding permitting and licencing regimes for renewable energy projects and why they are important
This technical note provides an overview for authorities who wish to conduct flood hazard and risk assessments and who must develop a step-by-step plan for carrying out the assessment that is appropriate and feasible in the local context.
This report provides a view on the Chongqing area and argues three dimensions of connectivity can be improved: physical (infrastructure) connectivity, digital connectivity, and economic integration with nearby areas, the report then provides a strategy on how to carry this out.
This paper provides a preliminary assessment of expected benefits of government-backed identification systems for firms across a variety of industries.
This report provides an outline ending in 2015 of ASEAN connectivity, the report also outlines future challenges the Master Plan from 2015 on.
This guide outlines five steps in the context of achieving a knowledge exchange, (i) Anchor the knowledge exchange, (ii) Define the knowledge exchange, (iii) Design and develop the knowledge exchange, (iv) Implement the knowledge exchange, (v) report the results. Case studies from South America and Africa are discussed with reference to this guide.
This report analyzes the major transformational economic opportunities and challenges which include tourism, labor mobility, ICT, oceanic tuna fisheries, deep sea minerals, climate change and natural disasters, and non-communicable diseases in Pacific Island countries.
This brief argues that we require more technology rather than lesss in developing countries since technology creates opportunities (leapfrogging), to generate jobs, increase earnings and be more inclusive, even though the technology could be widening the income inequality gap.