‘How and when to use private money in infrastructure projects’ in the Economist

For their latest article on infrastructure, covering the opportunities and barriers to bringing private capital into public projects in the US, the Economist spoke to GIIA Member Kyle Mangini of IFM and CEO Andy Rose for their insight.  Kyle is quoted on the challenges arising from the disconnect between project and political cycles and Andy on the importance of clear objectives for engaging the private sector.  The article references global best practice from Australia, the UK and Canada, including the role Government can play in increasing public sector procurement and project management capability and the positive impact asset recycling has had on changing public opinion about private ownership of public assets in Australia.

How and when to use private money in infrastructure projects