Shagun Mehrotra

Infrastructure Economics

My research on infrastructure explores the conditions under which state-owned enterprises improve infrastructure services—transport, energy, and water.

This research is particularly relevant because infrastructure provision remains dominated by state-owned enterprises, yet most scholars and practitioners remain focused on the role of the private sector.

OECD estimates that over the next two decades, US $35 to 40 trillion is the cost of meeting the global infrastructure deficit. At least half of this investment will be made by governments.

Thus, my research seeks to identify ways of reforming public infrastructure utilities while balancing equity with efficiency concerns.

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