Infrastructure development and Value Creation: Covid-19 implications
The aim of this webinar is to foster a discussion of the implications of Covid-19 to the way societies can pursue new infrastructure development opportunities, and design corresponding organisations to create and distribute economic and social value.
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- 20 Apr 12:00 - 20 Apr 13:15
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As societies around the world face massive economic contractions because of the impact of the current health crisis, it urges to reinvigorate a debate about the value of public investment in the development of new infrastructure and modernization of existing infrastructure.
The aim of this webinar is therefore to foster a discussion of the implications of Covid-19 to the way societies can pursue new infrastructure development opportunities, and design corresponding organizations to create and distribute economic and social value.
First we will hear from Pedro Oliveira, a senior consultant from The Christie NHS Foundation Trust to lay down scenarios for the end game. This will be followed by a panel discussion with Ian Reeves, Alliance Manchester Business School Visiting Professor, CBE; Chairman of the Estates and Infrastructure Exchange and D’Maris Coffman, Professor in Economics and Finance of the Built Environment, Head of Department, The Bartlett School of Construction & Project Management, University College of London. The discussion will be chaired by Nuno Gil, Professor of New Infrastructure Development, AMBS (moderator)
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