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Published: 25 May 2015

Risk Reallocation: Tools for Infrastructure Development in Frontier Markets

This report looks at the types and timing of those risks and aims to identify how development institutions, multilateral banks and bilateral donors (collectively, the “public sector”) might best play a role in mitigating these risks without distorting the market. In particular, it explores how the risks associated with infrastructure projects might be best reallocated among the various parties to expedite projects in the most sustainable manner and seeks to identify new tools that the public sector might develop better bridge this gap.

This report looks at the types and timing of those risks and aims to identify how development institutions, multilateral banks and bilateral donors (collectively, the “public sector”) might best play a role in mitigating these risks without distorting the market. In particular, it explores how the risks associated with infrastructure projects might be best reallocated among the various parties to expedite projects in the most sustainable manner and seeks to identify new tools that the public sector might develop better bridge this gap.

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