Infrastructure as the Backbone of Global Inclusive Development

The objective of this research field is to analyse how the development of infrastructure promotes social and economic justice. Furthermore, it aims to explore how national and international infrastructure projects can reduce inequality and promote both sustainable development and environmental flourishing.


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Infrastructure investment and growth: market failures can be corrected by the government

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A bridge to riches: When infrastructure makes nations prosper

There can be little doubt that despite the far-reaching influence of globalisation, modern nation-states retain key actors when it comes to infrastructure development. National governments are not always willing...

Experts on topic

Johan Galtung
Johan Galtung
Professor of Peace Studies, Dr hc mult
Ravi Bhoothalingam
Ravi Bhoothalingam
Distinguished Fellow, The Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS)
Andrey Filippov
Andrey Filippov
Executive Director, DOC Moscow office
Fred Harrison
Fred Harrison
Research Director of the London-based Land Research Trust
Li Xin
Li Xin
Professor, Director of Institute for Economic Comparative Studies, Director of Dept. of Russian and Central Asian Studies, Shanghai Institute for International Studies
Dirk Löhr
Dirk Löhr
Professor of Taxation and Ecological Economics at the Trier University of Applied Sciences (Environment-Campus Birkenfeld)

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