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Innovations In Financing Infrastructure Investments

Ana Litocenco

from Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration

Abstract: Infrastructure is one of domains that over time will require more and more money and spending. That is due to growing urbanization, increasing prosperity and demographical changes. Therefore, the article relates about the investment trends in infrastructure and about the international institutions’ estimation regarding the infrastructure investment by 2025 – 2030. Due to the financial and sovereign debt crisis there have been developed new instruments and techniques in order to finance infrastructure investments. Thus, the article aims to present the main instruments and incentives that aim to direct financial resources to long-term infrastructure investments that were used for many years and to describe the new forms of instruments that have been developed as a result of external factors.

Keywords: investments; infrastructure; investors; investment incentives; urbanization; economic growth. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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