Hertie School-OECD Global Expert Survey on Public Infrastructure
Jointly created by the Hertie School of Governance and the OECD as part of The Governance Report 2016, the Global Expert Survey on Public Infrastructure, conducted in 2015, captures international trends, challenges, and potential solutions from the perspective of infrastructure experts from around the world. Hundreds of experts—drawn from national administrations, academia and research, the media, and the private business sector—from 29 OECD and seven non-OECD countries shared their national experience with developments in four key areas of public infrastructure governance: planning, funding, implementation, and monitoring.
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The Global Expert Survey on Public Infrastructure questionnaire and data are free to use for research purposes. Please use the following citation: Oprisor, Anca, Hammerschmid, Gerhard, and Löffler, Lorenz (2015). The Hertie School-OECD Global Expert Survey on Public Infrastructure. Berlin: Hertie School of Governance.
Data from the indicators created for The Governance Report 2016 as well as any images generated by the interactive tools are also free to use for research purposes. Please use the following citation: Hertie School of Governance (2016). The Governance Report 2016: Infrastructure Governance Indicators. Hertie School of Governance: Berlin.
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