Infrastructure Finance gives a broad view of trends and techniques in global infrastructure financing today. The many specialist contributors to the book discuss the infrastructure needs in their specific regions including Latin America, the Carribean, Africa, Middle East, South Asia - and considers a wide range of projects including transport, water systems, healthcare, power and toll road privatisation. Themes include the rising need for infrastructure investment, the quality of country infrastructure, different types of financing (including Shariah-compliant financing), government budget limitations, credit ratings, accounting, and benefits and risks of investment. Includes case studies of past projects. The following topics are discussed in detail, infrastructure needs worldwide, Public Private Partnerships, government accounting issues, infrastructure financing techniques, sources of infrastructure financing, financing health care facilities, airport financing, credit rating of infrastructure projects. Edited by Henry A. Davis with contributions from 57 specialist contributors, which include: bankers, lawyers, consultants, economists, academics, project developers, insurance underwriters, investment analysts, credit rating analysts, government officials, and multilateral agency officials.
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Book Description Euromoney Institutional Invest, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111843742829