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eBook Communal Infrastructure in Slovenia: Survey of Investment Needs and Policies Aimed at Encouraging Private Sector Participation (World Bank Technical Papers) ePub

by Mojmir Mrak

  • ISBN: 0821347977
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Mojmir Mrak
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Bank Publications (January 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 80
  • ePub book: 1807 kb
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There is already a large consensus in Slovenia for involving the private sector in communal infrastructure financing.

There is already a large consensus in Slovenia for involving the private sector in communal infrastructure financing. Communal Infrastructure in Slovenia: Survey of Investment Needs and Policies Aimed at Encouraging Private Sector Participation," Papers 483, World Bank - Technical Papers. Handle: RePEc:fth:wobate:483.

Communal Infrastructure in Slovenia book Published February 19th 2001 by World Bank Group (first published October 2000).

Communal Infrastructure in Slovenia book. Start by marking Communal Infrastructure in Slovenia: Survey of Investment Needs and Policies Aimed at Encouraging Private Sector Participation as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Published February 19th 2001 by World Bank Group (first published October 2000).

3. Private sector participation. The main objective of this article is to provide an empirical survey of communal infrastructure investment in Slovenia. Budgetary and financial considerations, while very important, are not the only issues justifying increased private sector participation in both the provision of infrastructure services as well as in the financing of infrastructure investments. The survey is based on a questionnaire sent to a representative sample of local communities in the country.

Communal Infrastructure in Slovenia: Survey of Investment Needs and Policies Aimed at Encouraging Private Sector Participation (World . Toolkits for Private Participation in Water and Sanitation.

Communal Infrastructure in Slovenia: Survey of Investment Needs and Policies Aimed at Encouraging Private Sector Participation (World Bank Technical Paper, 483). Addressing the Challenges of Globalization: An Independent Evaluation of the World Bank's Approach to Global Programs (Operations Evaluation Studies) (Operations Evaluation Studies). Book DescriptionThe accelerated pace of globalization . т 2760. Sustainable Land Management Sourcebook (Agriculture and Rural Development) (Agriculture and Rural Development).

Europe and Central Asia poverty reduction and economic management series. Mojmir Mrak (Author). Communal infrastructure in Slovenia survey of investment needs and policies aimed at encouraging private sector participation World Bank technical; no. 483. Europe and Central Asia poverty reduction and economic management series. NA. Physical Description.

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In 2009, OECD Principles for Private Sector Participation in Water Infrastructure: Checklist for Public Action were . OECD Principles for private sector participation in water infrastructure 113.

In 2009, OECD Principles for Private Sector Participation in Water Infrastructure: Checklist for Public Action were developed by the OECD to help governments and other stakeholders to assess and manage the implications of involving private actors in the development and management of water and sanitation infrastructure. The OECD checklist for PSP in water infrastructure.

Private Foreign Investment in Infrastructure . Private Participation in Infrastructure in Developing Countries: Trends Impacts and Policy Lessons.

Private Foreign Investment in Infrastructure: Managing Non­ Commercial Risk Harvard University. Preliminary draft presentation for conference, Private Infrastructure for Development: Confronting Political and Regulatory. Wells, Louis T. 1999. Energy and Mining Sector Board Discussion Paper No. 6, the World Bank Group. The Limits of Stabilization: Infrastructure, Public Deficits and Growth in Latin America.

The IMF and World Bank have provided significant technical assistance and training in this area, especially since . On the government’s plans to scale up infrastructure investment and quality of investment projects, including in the context of resilience to natural disasters.

The IMF and World Bank have provided significant technical assistance and training in this area, especially since 2009. Selected Issue Paper– Public Investment in the Face of Natural Disasters: A DIG Model Application IMF Country Report No. 18/73. Infrastructure gaps are a critical issue.

We are encouraging inclusive and enhanced stakeholders’ participation for local level ownership of the SDGs

We are encouraging inclusive and enhanced stakeholders’ participation for local level ownership of the SDGs. SDGs demand concerted efforts with strong political commitment. The 2030 Agenda comes at a time when Bangladesh has already kicked off its journey towards a developed country by 2041. The report aims at informing the High Level Political Forum (HLPF) of the United Nations about the initiatives taken and progress achieved by Bangladesh in implementing SDGs during the last two years. The specific objectives are: a) Sharing experiences on adoption and integration of sustainable development goals in national planning

There is already a large consensus in Slovenia for involving the private sector in communal infrastructure financing. However, there is presently no global strategy for translating this consensus into practice.This study contributes toward a better understanding of communal infrastructure investment issues in Slovenia, especially the main bottlenecks in this area, and discusses policies aimed at increasing the volume of communal infrastructure investment.The study has three specific objectives: to give an overview of the existing institutional, legal and regulatory environment for communal infrastructure development; to provide a detailed analysis of communal infrastructure investment; and to discuss policy measures for increasing the volume of communal infrastructure investment. This paper also provides responses from a detailed questionnaire on communal infrastructure investment and includes 26 local communities in Slovenia.This study provides information of importance for those seeking other sources of financing to support and expand the communal infrastructure essential to Slovenia's economic development.