In Project Finance: Applications and Insights to Emerging Markets Infrastructure, distinguished professor and author Paul Clifford insightfully applies the fundamental principles of project finance structuring to infrastructure investments in emerging markets.
Using leading emerging market case studies to illuminate the underlying themes of the book, the author provides a practitioner’s perspective and incisive analysis of concepts crucial to a complete understanding of project finance in emerging markets, including:
· Risk management
· ESG and impact investing
· The emergence of new global multilateral development banks
· China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Project Finance bridges the gap between theoretical infrastructure development, investment, and finance and the implementation of that theory with instructive and applicable case studies. Throughout, the author relies on a grounded and quantitative approach, combining the principles of corporate finance with straightforward explanations of underlying technologies, frameworks, and national policies.
This book is an invaluable resource for undergraduate and graduate students in finance, as well as professionals who are expected to deal with project and infrastructure finance in emerging markets.