2 edition of Assessing public investment in the transport sector. found in the catalog.
Assessing public investment in the transport sector.
by Dept. of National Planning, Ministry of Finance & Planning in Colombo, Sri Lanka
Written in English
With reference to Sri Lanka.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Contributions||Sri Lanka. Dept. of National Planning.|
|LC Classifications||HE269.8 .A88 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||2002288555|
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Rather than depending on direct public investment to fund the RTD or post-RTD parts of the innovation cycle, private sector entities are increasingly willing to undertake the leadership role in innovation ecosystems in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
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been to encourage public–private partnerships (PPPs) to help address this. As in many countries, governance arrangements in the transport sector are complex.
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We aim to accelerate the take-up of sustainable transport solutions by attracting private investment and ensuring a. The transport sector produced GtCO 2 eq of direct GHG emissions gies, low-carbon fuels, investments in related infrastructure, and changes in the built environment, together offer high miti- increasing investment in public transport, walking and cycling infrastructure, and modifying roads, airports, ports, and railways.
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