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India Infrastructure report 2008: business models of the future

Contributor(s): 3iNetwork.
Publisher: New Delhi Oxford University Press 2008Description: xx, 227 p.ISBN: 978195692532.Subject(s): Infrastructure - Economics - India | India - Economic policy - 1991 | India - Economic conditions - 1947DDC classification: 338.954 Summary: Till recently India had been creating infrastructural facilities mainly by employing public resources. Now over the next five years an accelerated pace of economic growth is envisaged which can materialize only when India builds infrastructure at a faster rate. Public investments alone cannot meet the growing infrastructure demands. The government has been making efforts to attract private capital into infrastructure. An important step in these initiatives is public-private-partnership, a long term contractual partnership between private and public sector agencies specifically financing, designing, implementing, and operating infrastructure facilities. These partnerships help obtain the twin objectives of high growth and equity on a sustainable basis. This seventh IIR thus focuses on PPP growth models of the future in power, telecom, transport, commercial and urban infrastructure, and social infrastructure. The models highlight global best practices in PPP in these sectors with successful case studies from India and abroad. The India Infrastructure Report 2008 discusses: Competitive bidding models for infrastructure projects and critical factors required for a minimum subsidy model to succeed. Models on auction bidding for rural infrastructure, e-governance, and multi-channel delivery mechanism. Tolling and payment mechanism models for roads, railways, and airports. Models for public service financing and affordable housing. Compensation models for land acquisition and inclusive development of SEZs. Models for solid waste management, rural water supply, and sanitation. PPP models for health care, primary education, vocational education, and eco-tourism. The IIR is an invaluable resource for policymakers, academics, business persons, and finance professionals. It is a collaborative effort of academics, professionals providing infrastructure services, and policymakers under the aegis of 3iNetwork. The network is managed by Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC), Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, and Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.
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Till recently India had been creating infrastructural facilities mainly by employing public resources. Now over the next five years an accelerated pace of economic growth is envisaged which can materialize only when India builds infrastructure at a faster rate. Public investments alone cannot meet the growing infrastructure demands. The government has been making efforts to attract private capital into infrastructure. An important step in these initiatives is public-private-partnership, a long term contractual partnership between private and public sector agencies specifically financing, designing, implementing, and operating infrastructure facilities. These partnerships help obtain the twin objectives of high growth and equity on a sustainable basis. This seventh IIR thus focuses on PPP growth models of the future in power, telecom, transport, commercial and urban infrastructure, and social infrastructure. The models highlight global best practices in PPP in these sectors with successful case studies from India and abroad. The India Infrastructure Report 2008 discusses: Competitive bidding models for infrastructure projects and critical factors required for a minimum subsidy model to succeed. Models on auction bidding for rural infrastructure, e-governance, and multi-channel delivery mechanism. Tolling and payment mechanism models for roads, railways, and airports. Models for public service financing and affordable housing. Compensation models for land acquisition and inclusive development of SEZs. Models for solid waste management, rural water supply, and sanitation. PPP models for health care, primary education, vocational education, and eco-tourism. The IIR is an invaluable resource for policymakers, academics, business persons, and finance professionals. It is a collaborative effort of academics, professionals providing infrastructure services, and policymakers under the aegis of 3iNetwork. The network is managed by Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC), Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, and Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.

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