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Infrastructure 2007: A Global Perspective

Author: Urban Land Institute, Ernst & Young
Organisation: Urban Land Institute, Ernst & Young
Publish Date: 2007
Country: Global
Sector: Development
Method: Creative thinking
Theme: Infrastructure
Type: Report
Language: English
Tags: Infrastructure, Emerging crisis, Models, Privatisation, Investments, Transportation costs

This report, funded through the generous support of Ernst & Young, is based on wide research and four forums that were held in New York, Los Angeles, Mumbai, and Washington, D.C. These forums, generously funded by James Curtis III, ULI trustee and principal, Bristol Group, brought together experts from the fields of development, design, finance, engineering, and the public sector. The role of infrastructure in the urban form, the current state of infrastructure repair and maintenance, and new financing vehicles were highlighted. Infrastructure 2007: A Global Perspective examines trends in infrastructure and finance and the nexus between infrastructure and the built environment. Our initial goal is to define the problem, outline solutions, inspire leadership, and provide case studies to demonstrate that these goals are achievable. Of critical importance is an increased understanding of the necessary role that must be played by public finance.
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