Title

To what extent can public private partnerships in infrastructure development contribute to economic and social development in industrializing economies?

Date of this Version

7-21-2010

Document Type

Conference Paper

Publication Details

Interim status: Citation only.

Shah, A. (2010). To what extent can public private partnerships in infrastructure development contribute to economic and social development in industrializing economies? Paper presented at the 2nd international conference of AGBA South Asia Chapter: Nurturing innovation, entrepreneurship, investments & public-private-partnerships - in global environment, Bhurban, Pakistan.

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2010 HERDC submission. FoR Code: 120507

© Copyright Azeem Shah, 2010

Abstract

Infrastructure is an ingredient of economic and social development in developing and developed economies. Infrastructure provides the core networks upon which all of an economy's economic and social activities depend. A review of international empirical evidence points to a positive association between infrastructure investment and productive capacity & output growth, domestic and overseas trade, lower private costs, employment and incomes. lnfrastructure has also been shown to improve multifactor productivity and trade that leads to spatial development
in regional economies.

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