Are You Being Served? Alternative Infrastructure Business Models to Improve Economic Growth and Well-Being

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Abstract

Infrastructure business models have a deep-seated influence on the way infrastructure is used, the quality of services that it provides and the equity of public benefit derived from these services. Research from across the iBUILD Infrastructure Research Centre has identified five priority action areas to enable the incoming government and other infrastructure stakeholders to unlock better
infrastructure business models. If applied to all infrastructure planning and decision-making, these action areas will help to challenge the “timid, uncoordinated, incremental, wasteful” way the UK currently builds and manages its infrastructure, and help to develop a new approach to delivering infrastructure system and their services that will enhance the health, wealth and security of UK
citizens.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNewcastle
PublisherNewcastle University
Number of pages21
ISBN (Print)978-09928437-1-7
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2015

Bibliographical note

A mid-term review and manifesto from the iBUILD infrastructure Research Centre

Keywords

  • Infrastructure
  • business models
  • iBUILD

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