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Title: Developing Critical Capacities for the efficient use of Public Investments in Infrastructure to Support Trade and Economic Development in Vietnam
Authors: DANG THUY HUONG GIANG
Keywords: Critical Capacity; Public Investment; Infrastructure; Trade; Economic Development; Vietnam
Issue Date: 26-Jul-2013
Source: DANG THUY HUONG GIANG (2013-07-26). Developing Critical Capacities for the efficient use of Public Investments in Infrastructure to Support Trade and Economic Development in Vietnam. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The thesis studies critical factors affecting the efficient use of public investments in infrastructure to support trade and economic development. Investments in infrastructure have increasingly been used to improve the infrastructure quality, thus stimulating trade and economic growth in developing countries. Nevertheless, a number of infrastructure challenges faced by developing countries remain. This raises the question about the efficiency in the use of public investments in infrastructure. Examining how to use public investments in infrastructure more efficiently to support trade and economic development, this study found the answer in the way infrastructure of a country is planned and built. This study also attempts to isolate key factors in the process that could limit the efficient use of public investments in infrastructure. A model of the impacts of the key factors on the efficient use of public investments in infrastructure was examined and validated.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/51959
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