Infrastructure is widely regarded as a major asset class in Australia. Yet it is not recognised as a distinct group of assets in national financial accounts. What is the country’s actual infrastructure investment and why is this important? Michael Regan looks at the meaning of the term ‘infrastructure’ and provides an estimate of the size and relative importance of these assets in national economic terms.
"Measuring up: Dimensions of the Australian infrastructure sector,"
Public Infrastructure Bulletin:
3, Article 6.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/pib/vol1/iss3/6