Author: Arthur Grimes
Infrastructure investments are mostly long-lived, service multiple (current and future) users, and interact with other public infrastructures and private investments. Empirical examples cited in the companion article in this issue, Infrastucture: New Findings for New Zealand, include:
Much of this infrastructure is provided by central or local government, but some is also provided by public (state-owned enterprises) and private commercial enterprises.
Grimes, Arthur. 2010. "Planning New Infrastructure: Some Issues," Policy Quarterly 6:4, pp. 9-13.