Infrastructure for Inclusive Economic Development Vol.1: Lessons Learnt from Indonesia
Indonesia, as the world's largest archipelagic nation state, has made great progress in infrastructure development over the past half-century. However, the nation still faces immense infrastructure challenges, ranging from traditional concerns like 'roads and bridges' to contemporary imperatives such as navigating the global digital revolution and addressing the urgent threat of climate change. In this noteworthy compilation of papers, a distinguished group of Indonesian academics and policymakers delves into these issues, presenting a thorough examination and advocating for a comprehensive policy agenda. The focus centres on the implementation of the President Joko Widodo administration's infrastructure policy framework, known as the National Strategic Project (PSN). This collection serves as an invaluable guide for policymakers and development practitioners, offering insights not only applicable to Indonesia but also relevant to other developing economies.