With support from the World Bank Group, Singapore invested heavily in infrastructure during the early stages of our growth. This included 14 World Bank loans between 1963 and 1975, which financed…

Kathy Lai |

The task of preparing a viable, feasible, and sustainable infrastructure project can be a daunting one filled with many challenges. Throw in the need to incorporate an element of connectivity and…

Yin Lam, Jenny Chao, Kara Watkins |

Photo: Pixabay Creative Commons Solar power is experiencing a surge in popularity across the globe. It prevents carbon emissions, helps diversify the power generation mix, reduces dependence on…

Susanne Foerster |

Also available in: Español | Français  Photo: Creativa Images | Shutterstock Critically constrained public resources on the one hand, and huge existing infrastructure needs for basic services on…

Deblina Saha, Abha Joshi-Ghani |

Photo: Felix_Broennimann | Pixabay Creative Commons   Infrastructure is a key driver for growth, employment, and better quality of life in emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs). But…

Deblina Saha |

On Thursday, April 5, the World Bank-Singapore Infrastructure Finance Summit will take place – the eighth time that the World Bank, the Government of Singapore, and the Financial Times are…

Jyoti Shukla |

Photo: © Dini Sari Djalal/World Bank In the infrastructure domain, “price” is a prism with many façades.   An infrastructure economist sees price in graphic terms: the coordinates of a point where…

Melania Lotti |

Photo: ItNeverEnds | Pixabay Creative Commons The digital economy has emerged as a key driver of growth and development across the world. According to Huawei and Oxford Economics, it accounted for…

Jinsuk Park |

Photo: ItNeverEnds | Pixabay Creative Commons 디지털 경제는 최근 글로벌 경제의 성장과 발전의 핵심 동력으로 부상하였다. 화웨이(Huawei)와 옥스퍼드 이코노믹스(Oxford Economics)의 공동연구에 따르면, 디지털 경제는 2016년에는 전 세계 GDP의 15.5%를 차지하였으며, 2020년에는 세계 경제…

Jinsuk Park |

Photo: Grzegorz Zdanowski / Pexels Creative Commons Some regard institutional investors—with their deep pockets—as the white knights filling the huge investment gaps in infrastructure development…

Abha Joshi-Ghani, Deblina Saha |