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Infrastructure investment 4 - Case of success and failure

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Frame of Image roads and bridges, telephone lines, canals, and water mains. Developing countries invest $200 billion a year in new infrastructure, 4% of their national output and a 1/5 of their total investment. The result has been a dramatic increase in infrastructure services. During the past 15 years, the share of households with access to clean water has increased by half, and power production and telephone lines per capita has doubled. However, one billion people in the developing world still lack access to clean water, and nearly 2 billion lack adequate sanitation. Electric power has yet to reach 2 billion people. On top of this, population growth and urbanization are increasing the demand for infrastructure.”
--The World Bank -3 Infrastructure investment
Infrastructure Project Investment
1. Concerns and Principles of Investors 2. Infrastructure Projects & Civilization 3. What is a Successful Project? 4. Why Invest in Infrastructure Project? 5. Investment Issues
Infrastructure investment
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Basic Concerns for Investors
Basic questions for any project:
“Will its benefits exceed its costs?” “Is this the best possible project?”
Focus of “Benefits and Costs”
“Systematic evaluation of the costs and benefits of proposed [or of potential] projects” “Analysis of alternative uses of financial resources, particularly in relation to the physical assets and the operations of an organization” “Trade-offs among different types of costs and the performance provided”
Infrastructure investment 5
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Title Infrastructure investment 4 - Case of success and failure
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Oh, Byungho

Author(Korean)

오병호

Date 2008
Pages 65
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management