Principles of Infrastructure: Case Studies and Best Practices
Infrastructure projects can continue for several years, from planning and construction to the provision of services. As development in Asia and the Pacific accelerates, governments must invest more in infrastructure to ensure continued economic growth.
This book draws on lessons and case studies from Japan and worldwide, covering broad and long-term infrastructure projects. It describes the principles of developing quality infrastructure and focuses on the various steps of a project—from design, planning, and construction to operation and management. It also discusses overseas development assistance, taking examples from Asian Development Bank and World Bank projects. This book is an important reference tool for policy makers in Asia who are planning and implementing large-scale public infrastructure.
- Introduction by Hideo Nakamura
- Chapter 1: Various Infrastructure Systems and Their Development by Hideo Nakamura
- Chapter 2: Principles for Infrastructure Development by Hideo Nakamura
- Chapter 3: Infrastructure Commercialization and Business Entity by Kotaro Nagasawa
- Chapter 4: Infrastructure Planning and Decision Making by Atsushi Hasegawa
- Chapter 5: Development of Infrastructure by Atsushi Hasegawa
- Chapter 6: Operation and Maintenance of Infrastructure by Kotaro Nagasawa and Kazuaki Hiraishi
- Chapter 7: International Cooperation for Developing Infrastructure Projects by Kazuaki Hiraishi
- Afterword by Chul Ju Kim, KE Seetha Ram, and Kai Xu