Lining up rights-of-way for megaprojects, such as railways and highways, in crowded places is challenging but it can be done with an imaginative and respectful plan.
Grant has been ADBI's legal advisor for most of the Institute's existence except for a mid-career sabbatical at the Geneva Institute of International and Development Studies. He has worked as a Wall Street lawyer and for the UN and OECD. He is admitted to the bars of New York and Australia and is also Adjunct Professor of Public International Law and Trade Law at Temple University Japan. Grant’s books include Regional Cooperation and Culture in Asia-Pacific for the UN University and NGO Law and Governance. He was also the officer in charge of the original Developing Asia Journalism Awards.
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There’s more to the revised mega regional Pacific Rim trade agreement than the US withdrawal.
A simple village-level energy project can improve the living standards and productivity of community members. Getting one off the ground is easier than you think.
So-called “kicker bonds” have the potential to replicate the success of green and social impact bonds in infrastructure development.