Infrastructure

We follow up the implementation of the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) and the Comprehensive Asia Development Plan (CADP) in various countries. Also, we examine appropriate risk sharing for Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects.

2016 Progress Survey Report of Infrastructure Projects in CADP 2.0

Edited by Nobuyuki Mori, Yoshiki Nishida and Takafumi Fujisawa

ERIA Research Project Report 2016-01

Posted: May, 2017

ASEAN PPP: From Institutional Development to Streamlined Implementation

By Norihiro Kawasaki

ERIA Policy Brief 2015-03

Posted: December, 2015

ASEAN PPP Guidelines

By Fauziah Zen and Michael Regan

Posted: February, 2015

Financing ASEAN Connectivity

By Fauziah Zen and Michael Regan

ERIA Research Project Report 2013-15

Posted: November, 2014

Estimating the Effects of West Sumatra Public Asset Insurance Program on Short-Term Recovery after the September 2009 Earthquake

By Paul A. Raschky

ERIA Discussion Paper 2013-35

Posted: December, 2013

Dawei Revisited: Reaffirmation of the importance of the project in the era of reforms in Myanmar

By Ikumo Isono and Satoru Kumagai

ERIA Policy Brief 2013-01

Posted: May, 2013

Study on the Standard Distribution Infrastructure in the East-Asia Region in the Field of Consumer Goods Distribution for Retailers/Wholesalers

By Dr. Prem Shamdasani (Project Leader)

Posted: December, 2012

Energy Efficiency Improvement in the Transport Sector through Transport Improvement and Smart Community Development in the Urban Area

By Mr. Ichiro Kutani (Project Leader)

Posted: December, 2012

Public Private Partnership in ASEAN Member Countries Phase 2: Institutional Assessment to Develop Public Private Partnership System in Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Myanmar

By Dr. Fauziah Zen (Project Coordinator)

Posted: December, 2012

Geographical Simulation Analyses for Eliminating the Infrastructure Bottlenecks toward the Balanced Growth in East Asia (IDE/ERIA-GSM Project)

By Mr. Satoru Kumagai (Project Leader)

Posted: December, 2012

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