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Regional Workshop on Public-Private Partnership in Transport. Economic Development and Indicators of Infrastructure Provision. Cesar Queiroz Roads and Infrastructure Consultant World Bank Transport and Telecommunication Institute Riga, Latvia, March 6-8, 2007. Presentation Outline.

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Regional Workshop on Public-Private

Partnership in Transport

Economic Development and Indicators of Infrastructure Provision

Cesar Queiroz

Roads and Infrastructure Consultant World Bank

Transport and Telecommunication Institute

Riga, Latvia, March 6-8, 2007


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Presentation Outline

  • Developing and developed countries

  • Some measures of infrastructure provision

  • Infrastructure indicators and economic development

  • How private financing can help

  • Some policy implications


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Developing and Developed Countries

  • Developing countries include low- and middle-income economies

  • Developed (advanced, industrial, rich) countries denote high-income economies


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Classification of Economies

Economies GNI per capita

Low-income $875 or less

Middle-Income $876 to $10,725

Lower $876 to $3,465

Upper $3,466 to $10,725

High-income $10,726 or more

http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/DATASTATISTICS/0,,contentMDK:20420458~menuPK:64133156~pagePK:64133150~piPK:64133175~theSitePK:239419,00.html


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Gross National Income (US$ per Capita)

Source: http://devdata.worldbank.org/data-query/


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GNI in the Baltic States

Economies GNI per capita

Upper

Middle-Income $3,466 to $10,725

Estonia $9,100

Latvia $6,760

Lithuania $7,050

Source: http://devdata.worldbank.org/data-query/



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Some Measures of Infrastructure developing countries

  • Paved road density (PRD), in km per million persons

  • Electricity-generating capacity (ELE), in thousands of kilowatts per million persons

  • Number of telephone connections per million population (TEL)

  • Railroad tracks (RWY), in km per million population


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Average Measures of Infrastructure developing countries

Economies PRD ELE TEL RWY

(km/mil pop) (1,000’s of (# of connec. (km/mil kw/mil pop) /mil pop) pop)

Low-income 410 70 7,920 70

Lower-middle 610 190 46,760 190

Income

Upper-middle 1,950 560 154,100 330

Income

High-income 10,150 2,070 673,000 840


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Economic Development and Infrastructure developing countries

GNI ($/pop)

logGNI = 1.39 logPRD

R squared: 0.76

98 countries

Source: Queiroz and Gautam


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Where and How Can PPP help? developing countries

  • In While PPPs are not a panacea, experience in a number of countries, both in the developing and developed worlds, have shown that well structured PPPs can help a country expand its transport infrastructure without overburdening its budget


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Some Policy Implications developing countries

  • Transport infrastructure is essential for economic development,

  • …then sufficient resources should be made available to maintain and expand a country’s transport infrastructure.

  • Despite relative slowdown, PPPs remain an attractive option for many governments


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Thank you! developing countries


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Cesar Queiroz developing countriesRoad and Transport Infrastructure ConsultantTel +1 202-473 8053Cel +1 301-755 7591Email: [email protected]@worldbank.orgwww.worldbank.org/highways


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