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Literature Review On Project Management Practices

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The Private Participation in Infrastructure (PPI) Project Database has data on over 6,400 infrastructure projects in 139 low- and middle-income countries. The database is the leading source of PPI trends in the developing world, covering projects in the energy, telecommunications, transport, and water and sewerage sectors.

Some key changes were made to the methodology of the PPI database in 2015. See details here (PDF)

- Total investments in private infrastructure in emerging markets in 2015 remained steady at US$111.6 billion.
— 2015 saw the largest single investment commitment ever recorded: Turkey’s US$35.6 billion IGA Airport.
— Excluding Brazil, China, and India, global PPI in 2015 increased by 92 percent year over year.
— Solar energy investment climbed 72 percent higher than the previous five-year average to reach US$9.4 billion.
— Renewable energy captured nearly two-thirds of energy investments with private participation.

PPI in IDA Countries, 2009 to 2014: Private investment in infrastructure in IDA countries from 2009 to 2014 totaled US$73 billion.

New! Six Regional Notes and Three Sector Notes for 2015 PPI investment available under PPI Resources.

PPI in IDA Countries, 2011 to 2015 ( 856 KB )
During 2011-2015, PPI investments amounted to $27 billion across 143 projects concentrated in 24 out of the 56 IDA countries.

PPI Global Update, 2015 ( 754.9 KB )
Total investments in private infrastructure in emerging markets in 2015 remained steady at US$111.6 billion. The largest single investment commitment ever recorded was in Turkey for IGA Airport for US$35.6 billion. Solar energy investment climbed 72 percent higher than the previous five-year average to reach US$9.4 billions.
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New! PPI Regional and Sector Notes 2015 ( KB )
Access our six new regional notes and three new sector notes on PPI in low and middle income countries in 2015.

Energy Sector Note – 2015 ( 1440 KB )
Total investment in energy projects with private participation in 2015 in low- and middle-income countries was US$37.6 billion, 50 percent below the five-year average of US$74.7 billion.

Transport Sector Note – 2015 ( 851.3 KB )
Total investment in transport projects with private participation in emerging countries in 2015 was US$69.9 billion, 53 percent above the five-year average of US$45.6 billion.

Water Sector Note – 2015 ( 820.2 KB )
In 2015, total investment in water projects in developing countries was US$4.1 billion, 8% higher than the five-year average of US$3.8 billion (2010-2014).

Sub-Saharan Africa, 2015 ( 845.5 KB )
In 2015, PPI investment increased by 151%.

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