publication . Report . Book . 2016

Pilot Application of the World Bank Infrastructure Prioritization Framework

Darwin Marcelo; Cledan Mandri-Perrott; Schuyler House;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Apr 2016
  • Publisher: World Bank, Washington, DC
  • Country: United States
Abstract
Infrastructure services are significant determinants of economic development, social welfare, trade, and public health. As such, they typically feature strongly in national development plans. While governments may receive many infrastructure project proposals, however, resources are often insufficient to finance the full set of proposals in the short term. Leading up to 2020, an estimated US$836 billion - 1 trillion will be required each year to meet growth targets worldwide (Ruiz-Nunez and Wei, 2014; World Bank). Global estimates of infrastructure investments required to support economic growth and human development lie in the range of US$65-70 trillion by 2030...
Subjects
free text keywords: URBAN TRANSPORT, SANITATION, INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT, EMPLOYMENT, COMMUNITIES, EQUITY, TRANSPORT SECTOR, BASIC SERVICES, CONGESTION, RURAL COMMUNITIES, INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES, POLICIES, TRANSPARENCY, PRINCIPAL, DESCRIPTION, VALUE, INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING, TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE, BANK, INDUSTRY, ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS, ENVIRONMENTAL COSTS, WATER SUPPLY, SERVICES, PUBLIC SERVICES, INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT, URBAN AREAS, ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS, FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE, HEALTH, URBAN MOBILITY, BUDGET CONSTRAINTS, PROJECTS, PROJECT, ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE, ROAD PROJECTS, PUBLIC WORKS, INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS, TOWNS, AIR, ROADS, INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING, BUDGET, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, HIGHWAY, PRESENT VALUE, AIR TRANSPORT, LAND, ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT, ROAD, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, COSTS, TRAINING, RISK, CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY, EQUALITY, DWELLING, TRANSPORT, RURAL AREAS, SUBNATIONAL GOVERNMENTS, INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, MOBILITY, SOCIAL COHESION, PRODUCTIVITY, WATER, EXTERNALITIES, ECONOMIC MULTIPLIER EFFECTS, INVESTMENTS, INFRASTRUCTURAL CONSTRAINTS, INHABITANTS, CRITERIA, COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS, TRANSPORT PROJECTS, TRANSPORT POLICY GOALS, GOVERNMENTS, TRANSPORT POLICY, SERVICE, FINANCE, INFRASTRUCTURE, LAND USE, Financial intermediary, Alternative investment, National Development Plan, Improved water source, Business, Critical infrastructure, Economic growth, Improved sanitation, business.industry, Public good, Public expenditure
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publication . Report . Book . 2016

Pilot Application of the World Bank Infrastructure Prioritization Framework

Darwin Marcelo; Cledan Mandri-Perrott; Schuyler House;