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Infrastructure in a Market Economy: Public - Private Partnerships in a Changing World

Program Session(s):
July 10, 2016 - July 22, 2016

Application Deadline(s):
May 10, 2016

Program Fee:$11,500

Applications may be submitted after the deadline and will be considered if space remains. Please contact the program director for additional information.

Program fee includes: tuition, housing, curricular materials, and most meals.

Click here to see this program’s Executive Core Qualification (ECQ) alignment.

A recognized International Economic Development Council (IEDC) recertification program.

Faculty Chair: Akash Deep

Program Director: Caitlin McBride

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Infrastructure in a Market Economy is designed for senior officials involved in developing, managing, and financing public-private partnerships in infrastructure, including: senior elected and appointed government officials involved in making decisions regarding infrastructure investment and regulation;  officials from multilateral banks; executives from private-sector firms that build, operate, or finance infrastructure projects; and aid agency officials.  Participants attend from both industrialized and newly industrialized countries, with more than two dozen countries typically represented in the classroom.  

Fluency in English is essential to benefit fully from the program.


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