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Policy Research Working Papers
Policy makers are often confronted with a myriad of factors in the investment decision-making process. This issue is particularly acute in infrastructure investment decisions, as these often involve significant financial resources and lock-in technologies. In regions and countries where the infrastructure access gap is large and pubic budgets severely constrained, the importance of considering the different facets of the decision-making process becomes even more relevant. This paper discussesdoi:10.1596/1813-9450-7433 fatcat:rl34c7zkqfa6bjllfkw6b77ziu