PJD 2017 Vol. 44 No. 2d
Enhancing the Philippine Legal, Regulatory, and Policy Framework for Distributed Energy Resources
PJD 2017 Vol. 44 No. 2c
Possible Effects of China's Belt and Road Initiative on Philippine Trade and Investments
PJD 2017 Vol. 44 No. 2b
Effect of Supply Chain Integration on Business Performance and Competitiveness of Philippine SMEs
PJD 2017 Vol. 44 No. 2a
Role of Subjective Perceptions and Migration Culture in the Formation of Migration Intentions: Evidence from a Rural Village in the Philippines
Publication Detail
DP 1998-07: Beyond 2000: An Assessment of Infrastructure Policies

Infrastructure is a critical policy area affecting investment, productivity and equity within the aggregate strategy for attaining sustainable growth and development. A study by World Bank indicates a need between $38 to 48 billion for the Philippines to meet the country’s investment requirements for infrastructure. This paper presents an assessment of the current infrastructure policies to determine whether or not reforms undertaken have been appropriate and congruent to the country’s goal of sustainable growth and development. Policy recommendations are also given.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
Authors Keywords
Serafica, Ramonette B.; infrastructure; competition policy;
Download PDF Number of Downloads
Published in 1998 and available in the PIDS Library or can be downloaded as full text Downloaded 1,103 times since November 25, 2011