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Infrastructure Development and Economic Growth in South Africa: A review of the accumulated evidence
The relationship between infrastructure and economic growth has, in recent years, become one of the most important economic topics in both academic and policy circles. The Accelerated and Shared Grow

Author: Johannes Fedderke and Rob Garlick
Organisation: University of Cape Town
Publish Date: May 2008
Infrastructure productivity: How to save $1 trillion a year
Just keeping pace with projected global GDP growth will require an estimated $57 trillion in infrastructure investment between now and 2030.
Author: Mike Kerlin
Organisation: McKinsey Global Institute
Publish Date: June 2013
Infrastructure to 2030 (Volume 2): Mapping Policy for Electricity, Water and Transport
Infrastructure systems play a vital role in economic and social development. Increasingly interdependent, they are a means towards ensuring the delivery of goods and services that promote economic pr

Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Organisation: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Publish Date: 2007
Infrastructure-led Policy Scenarios for South Africa
Identifies and presents four possible development paths for the South African economy. Moreover, it describes a limited number of policy scenarios that provide feasible answers to the focus question.

Author: Asghar Adelzadeh
Organisation: Development Bank of Southern Af
Publish Date: 2008
INFU scenario report
Discusses the resulting assessments along the nine dimensions of change in innovation. These dimensions of change are common patterns and underlying features of the developed innovation visions of th

Author: Philine Warnke, Elna Schirrmeister
Organisation: Austrian Institute of Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research
Publish Date: June 2009
Innovating for a Brighter Future: The Role of Business in Achieving the MDGs
The UN Global Compact has two objectives, namely mainstreaming the UN Global Compact's ten principles in business activities around the world and secondly catalyzing actions in support of broader UN

Author: Sonila Cook, Daniel Altman, Christin Hokenstad, Shivika Sahdev
Organisation: United Nations Global Compact
Publish Date: 2010
Innovation and Entrepreneurship for eHealth in Africa: A Conceptual Framework
User-led service design and development present new solutions for existing challenges to innovation, development and growth. In this paper is proposed a model for using user-driven innovation and mob

Author: Dr. Adesina Iluyemi, Dr. Jakob Rasmussen
Organisation: Proceedings of the Second Science with Africa Conference – 2010
Publish Date: 2010
Innovation and Technology Transfer: Framework for a Global Climate Deal
Faster and broader innovation is critical for delivering climate security while preserving energy security.
Author: Shane Tomlinson, Pelin Zorlu and Claire Langley
Organisation: E3G and Chatham House
Publish Date: November 2008
Innovation for Development: Converting Knowledge to Value
Deals with a workshop that was brought together to examine the role of innovation for development and the ways which knowledge and research and development (R&D), especially in science, engineering a

Author: OECD and UNESCO
Organisation: OECD and UNESCO
Publish Date: January 2009
Innovation Futures Scripts
This future scenario addresses the challenges and opportunities of Waste through a reframing of how Waste is perceived and how it is created. Considering what our Culture desires before we create wil

Author: Elna Schirrmeister, Philine Warnke, Karl-Heinz Leitner
Organisation: Austrian Institute of Technology
Publish Date: October 2010
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