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PECC has been addressing infrastructure development issues in the Asia-Pacific since 1989 with the establishment of the  Triple-T Task Force on Transportation, Telecommunications and Tourism.

Since then multiple task forces and project groups have looked at different aspects of the development of infrastructure in the region with a special focus on policy aspects.PECC General Meetings in 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2009 have included plenary sessions on infrastructure.

 

 

Project Groups and Task Forces Related to Infrastructure: 

  • Task Force on Services, 2011
  • International Project on Social Resilience, 2009 - present
  • International Project on Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, 2009 - 2011
  • International Project on Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus,    2009
  • PECC XVIII General Meeting , Washington, DC,2009
  • International Project on Water management in island territories, coastal regions and isolated communities, 2008
  • International Project on Issues Related to Water Management, 2007 - 2008
  • PECC XVII General Meeting, Sydney, 2007
  • PECC XVI General Meeting, Seoul, Korea,2005
  • Supply Chain Security and ICTs, 2005
  • Public Private Partnerships, 2004 - 2005
  • Pacific Food System Outlook Project on Infrastructure and the Food System, 2004
  • Finance Forum Conference, 2004
  • Air Transport in the Pacific, 2002 - 2004
  • PEO Structure Project on Infrastructure Development in the Pacific, 2003
  • PECC XV General Meeting, Brunei, 2003
  • Sustainable Cities Task Force, 2000 - 2003
  • PECC XIV General Meeting, Hong Kong (China), 2001
  • PECC Asia-Pacific Information Technology Summit, 1998-1999
  • Triple T Task Force (Transportation, Telecommunications and Tourism), 1989 - 1996

 

 

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Resources on infrastructure (by theme)

Public Private Partnerships

Title

Author

Source

Year

The Role of Infrastructure-Related Services in Developing APEC Economies: A Review (presentation)

Raymond Atje and Widdi Mugijayani, CSIS, Jakarta

PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”

2011

The Role of Infrastructure-Related Services in Developing APEC Economies: A Review (paper)

Raymond Atje and Widdi Mugijayani, CSIS, Jakarta

PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”

2011

Infrastructure Projects in Thailand

Narongchai Akrasanee

ABAC PPP Forum&Workshop, Melbourne Australia

2010

Workshop on Measures to Promote an Institutional Framework for Public Private Partnerships

Australian APEC Study Centre

ABAC PPP Forum&Workshop, Melbourne Australia

2010

Public Health and Recycling

Wee Liang Tan, Singapore Management University

2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea

2008

Guidelines for Good Public Private Partnerships

Yves Cousquer

PECC 17 General Meeting, Sydney

2007

The Role of Public-Private Partnerships

Nicholas Grambas, Executive Director, Macquarie Bank Limited

PECC 17 General Meeting, Sydney

2007

Cities: Why they matter and What PECC can do

Prof. Howard Dick, Dept of Management, University of Melbourne

PECC 17 General Meeting, Sydney

2007

An invitation to participate: Infrastructure Partnerships Global Dialogue

Garry Bowditch, Executive Director, Infrastructure Partnerships Australia

PECC 17 General Meeting, Sydney

2007

Service matters to the role of public private partnerships

Adrian Kloeden, Chairman, Serco Asia Pacific

PECC 17 General Meeting, Sydney

2007

Guidelines for Effective Public-Private Partnerships

Jean-Luc Le Bideau; Bill Shields; Christopher Findlay; Manfred Wilhelmy; Eduardo Pedrosa

PPPs for Infrastructure Project

2006

PPP: An Innovative Solution for Developing Energy Supply in Chile

Henk Bataille, SUEZ Energy, Business Developer Andes Countries

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago

2005

Public Private Partnership for for Energy Production in New Caledonia

Pierre Alla

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago

2005

The need for a strong understanding between local public authorities and the private operator: the Santiago Airport case

Carlos Plass, General Manager, SCL Terminal Aereo Santiago S.A. Santiago, Chile

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago

2005

Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in Health Projects

García A. Pedro, Chile Minister of Health

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago

2005

From the European-Union legal framework for PPPs to the Latin America situation:   projections to be derived

Frédérique Olivier, DS Avocats, Paris

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago

2005

Legal and Contractural Aspects of PPP in Chile

Pedro Garcia Morales; Noguera; Valdivieso; Besa Abogados

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago

2005

Are PPP Models Conducive to Growth and Development in Latin American Economies?

Claudio Hohmann, Chairman COPSA, Chile

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago

2005

Public sector accounting , an obstacle to fair evaluation of the performance of public services?

François Bernard, Partner, KPMG

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago

2005

Private-Public Partnerships for Infrastructure Development

Christian Delvoie, Director, Infrastructure Unit, East Asia and Pacific Region, The World Bank

PECC 16 General Meeting, Seoul, Korea

2005

Private-Public Partnership for Infrastructure Development – Plenary II, 16 General Meeting

Moderator: David Hong, President, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research; Panelists: Christian Delvoie, Director, Infrastructure Department, East Asia and the Pacific Region, The World Bank; Nicholas Moore, Head of the Investment Banking Group, Macquarie Bank; Takumi Shibata, President and CEO, Nomura Asset Management Co., Ltd.; Peter de Wit, President, Shell Gas & Power for Asia Pacific Region; Pierre Victoria, Vice President for Institutional Relations, Veolia Water; Dominic Barton, Chairman, Asia Pacific McKinsey & Company

PECC 16 General Meeting, Seoul, Korea

2005

The Government Perspective: Capacity Building and Transparency

Duncan Pescod, Head, Efficiency Unit, Hong Kong, China

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney

2004

Public-Private Partnerships in EU

Yves Cousquer, Vice-President CEEP

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney

2004

A Framework for PPPs in Local Government in NSW

Ross Woodward, Deputy Director General, Department of Local Government, NSW

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney

2004

Onyx in the Asia Pacific Region

Williamson, Onyx Asia

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney

2004

Public Private Partnerships: A New Zealand Overview

Michael Weatherall, Partner, Simpson Grierson Law Firm, Auckland

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney

2004

PPP Trends in Asia

Daniel Wagner, Senior Cofinancing Specialist (Guarantees), Asian Development Bank

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney

2004

IPPs in the Philippines Power Supply

Joy V. Abrenica

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney

2004

Infrastructure Development in the Pacific Region

Akira Kohsaka, et al

PEO Structure Group

2003

The Importance of Sustainable Physical Infrastructures in the Future of the Asia Pacific

Geneviève Dubois-Taine, Coordinator, Sustainable Cities Task Force

15th PECC General Meeting, Brunei Darussalam

2003

Santiago de Chile - Water Supply, Sanitation and Water Treatment: a fully privatized System

Lye Lin Heng; Edmundo Dupré; Carlos Mladinic; Laurent Brunet; Juan Eduardo Saldivia Medina; Alejandro Jadresic; Maria de la Luz Dompe

SCTF Santiago Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services

2002

Bangkok - Municipal Solid Waste Management: From public-operated to shared management and financing.

Michel VALIN; Benjamas Chotthong

SCTF Hong Kong Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services

2001

SCTF Hong Kong Seminar - Roundtable

Geneviève Dubois-Taine; et al

SCTF Hong Kong Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services

2001

Sustainable Cities

 

Title Author Source Year
Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers  Edited by FPTPEC/PECC A summary report based on a two-year project containing contents of presentations, discussions and recommendations from seminars held in Auckland  2011
An Empirical Study on Ranking of Global Liveable Cities and Policy Simulations  Tan Ghee Kiap, Chen Kang, Renate Schubert, Hans Wolfgang Brachinger Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia 2011
How to develop good governance at city level  Peter McKinlay, AUT University, NZ Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia 2011
Integration of Urban Services and Good Governance: The Auckland Super City Project  Peter McKinlay, AUT University, NZ Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia 2011
Towards a deeper integration of urban services – an operator point of view  Nicolas Renard, Adviser to the Chairman and CEO of Veolia Environnement Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia 2011
Governing cities for urban sustainability – integrating local and metropolitan scale approaches Andrew Beer, Emma Baker, University of Adelaide Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia 2011
Better governance for large cities Coral Ingley, Auckland University of Technology Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia  2011
New Technologies for a Resource-Efficient City  Thomas Périanu, Vice President Sustainable Development, Suez Environnement Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia  2011
New Policies, Public Incentives, New Technologies  to Promote the Development of “Eco Cities” and “Eco Districts” Simon Gardner Lee, General Manager, Marketing & Strategy, SITA Environmental Solutions Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia 2011
PLUS + : Participation, Leadership & Urban Sustainability (+ Transitions)  Mike Mouritz, City of Canning, Government of WA Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia 2011
VEOLIA Observatory of Urban Lifestyles  Joachim Bitterlich, Vice President, Veolia Environnement Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia  2011
Sustainability in Asia: Diversity in Approaches and Challenges Ryokichi Hirono, Professor Emeritus, Seikei University, Japan Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia 2011
Land Use and Urban Planning for Resilient Cities: The Pacific Rim Urban Revolution  Peter Newman, Professor and Director of Sustainability Policy Institute, Curtin University Environmental Sustainability in Urban Centers, Perth, Australia 2011
CA Water Supply also Disappearing......  Jim Haw, Director, USC’s interdisciplinary interdisciplinary Environmental Studies Program Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
The Water-Energy Nexus - Toward a Good Governance Approach in Water Management  Coral Ingley, Auckland University of Technology Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Energy use for production and distribution of water Henri Boyé Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Competing Use of Water for Energy and Irrigation the Case of Chile  Vivianne Blanlot Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Indigenous Rights and Water Management : The Case of Chile  Vivianne Blanlot Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Utilize water energy guided by New Recycle Economics  Wu Jisong Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
The Water footprint in the energy sector Wu Jisong Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Project Development in Wave Energy - Pacific Islands and Indian Ocean Studies  Barbara Vlaeminck Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
How to get the best mix between water for energy and energy for water? - Synthesis Yves Cousquer Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Future Developments in Geothermal Energy  Stuart Simmons Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Water-food-energy triangle  Basil Sharp Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
New Zealand perspective: the role of electricity and likely demand Basil Sharp Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Water Resources and International Trade Robert Scollay Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Energy Footprint for Water Supplies in Pacific Islands  Marc Overmars Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Harnessing the Ocean’s Energy in the Pacific Region John Huckerby Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Candid Considerations on China’s Water--Energy Nexus  Denis FOURMEAU Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
From Resource to Market - Mighty River Power  William Meek Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Economies of energy and cost optimization: The point of view of an operator Nicolas Renard Toward energy autonomous public utilities infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus,  Auckland, NZ 2009
Guidelines on Water Management in islands, coastal and isolated areas Jean Luc Le Bideau ; Charles E. Morrison PECC International Project on Water management in island territories, coastal regions and isolated communities,  2009
The financial crisis and its implication for infrastructure in water production and sanitation: The Case of Chile Ican Yarur, Aguas Andinas CFO PECC 18 General Meeting, Washington DC 2009
Noumea seminar on water management in Islands, coastal and isolated areas - Conclusion Paper  FPTPECC 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Water Treatment - Chilean experience: Water Management in the Mining Industry  Javier Núñez 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Water Treatment - Chilean experience: Construction of a sewage and waste water treatment system in a coastal urban center Javier Núñez 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Mining, Water Resources and Sustainability: Some Ongoing Research Ideas #2  Gavin M Mudd 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Water Governance – Pacific Islands  Latu Sauluitoga Kupa 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Innovative Technologies for water treatment  Patrick CHANTRE 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Industrial & Potable Water Treatment - Clarification Process  Patrick CHANTRE; Marc MOCELLIN; Fabrice POLIZZI 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Koniambo Hydrological Data Acquisition Program  Frédéric CESA 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Water Management in the Mongolian Mining Industry  Tsedenbaljir Yadamtsoo 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Urban Water Sanitation in China  WANG Zhenyu 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
2015: Good Status of Water in European Union  Pierre Victoria 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Planning Honolulu’s Wastewater System Following The March 2006 Waikiki Beachwalk Force Main Rupture  Eric S. Takamura 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Conditions for Better use of Water in Agriculture and Pricing Issue Basil Sharp 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Water Management in Islands, Coastal and Isolated areas - Seminar Opening Remarks  Michel Rocard 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Wastewater policy and tourism in coastal cities and islands  Nicolas Renard 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Western Corridor Recycled , Water Project Australia  Nicolas Renard 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Water Management in Islands, Coastal and Isolated areas - Bora Bora Seminar Outcome  Eric POMMIER 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
The Legal Approach: Avenues for resolving conflicts over the use of water Frédérique OLIVIER 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Public Health and Recycling Wee Liang Tan 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
How to maintain essential services running in the case of earthquakes or tsunamis  Mitsuga Saito Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
Groundwater in tropical islands resource and vulnerability  Bernard ROBINEAU Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
Water scarcity and pricing policy Nicolas Renard Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
Pacific Partnership Initiative on Sustainable Water Management  Marc Overmars Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
LEGAL APPROACH - How to meet the regulatory framework? Issues related to water management  Frédérique OLIVIER Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
Issues in in Coastal Coastal & Continental Water Quality in Chile  Javier Núñez Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
Groundwater, Mining and Sustainability in the Tropics: Some Research Case Studies  Gavin M Mudd Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
Water Reuse - Role for Integrated Resource Management in Islands and Tourist Areas  Valentina LAZAROVA; Heimata CARLE; Vincent STURNY Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
The Wallis and Futuna case  R. DIDIER Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
Urban Development in Bora Bora Island - The private partner contribution Joël ALLAIN; Roland CATIMEL Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
China's Water Management in Rural Areas Wang Zhenyu Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
Bora Bora Island, on a sustainable development  Gaston TONG SANG Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
Message from the World Water Council to the Water Management Seminar Pierre Victoria Water Management Seminar, Bora Bora 2007
PPP: An Innovative Solution for Developing Energy Supply in Chile  Henk Bataille, SUEZ Energy, Business Developer Andes Countries Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago 2005
Public Private Partnership for for Energy Production in New Caledonia Pierre Alla Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago 2005
The need for a strong understanding between local Public Authorities and the private operator  case studies in urban services Mauricio Gatica, General Manager,  Sociedad Concesionaria Rutas del Pacifico S.A Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago 2005
Private-Public Partnerships for Infrastructure Development - energy infrastructure Peter de Wit PECC 16 General Meeting, Seoul Korea 2005
Private-public Participation in Indonesia's Power Sector Reality and Expectations  Nachrowi Djalal Nachrowi, Faculty of Economics University of Indonesia Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney, Australia 2004
Public Private Partnerships: Water in Australasia  Peter McVean, Veolia Water Australia Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney, Australia 2004
Electricity generation and distribution: urban distribution systems Simon Limmer, Veolia Environment Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney, Australia 2004
IPPs in the Philippines Power Supply Joy V. Abrenica Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney, Australia 2004
Sustainable Urban Services 2001-2003 - First Synthesis  Geneviève Dubois-Taine, Coordinator Sustainable Cities Task Force Report 2003
Public Authority and Social Economic Development of City  WANG Dehui, Vice-chairman of Standing Committee of Tianjin People’s Congress SCTF Breakfast Seminar - PECC GMXV, Brunei Darussalam 2003
Water Supply Concession for Pudong, Shanghai, P.R. China  Liu Qiang, General Manager of Shanghai Water Assets Operation and Development Co Sustainable Cities Task Force Shanghai Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2003
  Bernard Poignant, International Financial Projects Director, Veolia Environment    
Towards Zero Waste Society- New Management Policies for Solid Waste Disposal in Chinese Taipei  Harvey Houng et al Sustainable Cities Task Force Shanghai Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2003
Water Supply In Adelaide, Australia  Brenton Burman; Philippe Laval; Jack McKean; Steve Hamnett Sustainable Cities Task Force Shanghai Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2003
Suva, Fiji - Waste Management  Peni Gavidi; Enrico Strampelli; Rusieli Taukei; Peter Heckel SCTF Noumea Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2002
Noumea, New Caledonia - The big pipe, Water sources and water supply : institutional and financial aspects and Impacts of this major infrastructure. Jean Lèques; Marie Josée Consigny; Pierre Bernis SCTF Noumea Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2002
Port Vila, Vanuatu - peri-urban settlements : contrasted situations and policies regarding water supply, sanitation and waste management; environmental and social concerns. Graham G. Shorten; John Chaniel; Clive R. L. Carpenter SCTF Noumea Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2002
Lessons to Go Further – Conclusion of the Noumea Seminar Geneviève Dubois-Taine; et al SCTF Noumea Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2002
Bora Bora, French Polynesia - Urban services in their relationship to urban development  Gaston Tong Sang; Jérôme Yansaud; Joël Allain SCTF Noumea Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2002
Apia, Samoa - integrating sewerage and drainage in urban development with urban management - recent developments Paul Jones; Taulealeausumai Laavasa Malua; Tu'u'u leti Taule’alo SCTF Noumea Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2002
3 Points of View  - An Urban Pacific: Oxymoron or Good Planning? “Pacifica” - An Average City; Urbanisation in Pacific Island Countries Robert Guild;  Alf Simpson; Serge Belloni, SCTF Noumea Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2002
SCTF Santiago Seminar – Welcome Remarks  Geneviève Dubois-Taine; et al SCTF Santiago Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2002
Santiago de Chile - Water Supply, Sanitation and Water Treatment: a fully privatized System Lye Lin Heng; Edmundo Dupré et al SCTF Santiago Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2002
Mexico Valle - Water Service Sustainability. Past, Present and Future  Benjamin V. Carino et al SCTF Santiago Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2002
Cartagena de Indias - Institutional Reforms to Improve Water Supply in Colombia and specifically in Cartagena de Indias Nola-Kate Seymoar et al SCTF Santiago Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2002
Bangkok - Municipal Solid Waste Management: From public-operated to shared management and financing.  Michel VALIN; Benjamas Chotthong SCTF Hong Kong Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2001
SCTF Hong Kong Seminar - Roundtable  Geneviève Dubois-Taine; et al SCTF Hong Kong Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2001
Manila - Water supply for poor communities: processes to achieve affordability (short and long term)  Aloha Samoza et al SCTF Hong Kong Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2001
Hong Kong - Waste Management: Evolutions of global environmental awareness and consequent evolutions of the tools needed to achieve sustainability Albert Koenig et al SCTF Hong Kong Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2001
Jakarta - Water supply : How to implement a sustainable process?  Kris Tutuko; Manfred Giggacher; Idris Maxdoni Kamil SCTF Hong Kong Seminar - Sustainable Urban Services 2001
Urban Management to reach Sustainability (ppt)  B.S. Kusbiantoro PECC 14th PECC General Meeting, Hong Kong 2001
Planning for Sustainability in the changing Global Economy: the case of Hong Kong  Bosco Fung PECC 14th PECC General Meeting, Hong Kong 2001
Diversity and Sustainability in Cities of the Pacific Rim  Alain Fabry PECC 14th PECC General Meeting, Hong Kong 2001
Sustainable Cities  Genevieve Dubois-Taine PECC 14th PECC General Meeting, Hong Kong 2001
Public Policies for New Towns in Korea: an Appraisal  KIM Jeong-Ho, Korea Research Institute on Human Settlements SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
Between the State and the Market : Geographical Resonance and Social Sustainability in Santiago, Chile Francisco SABATINI; Federico ARENAS SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
SCTF Report 2000 - Cities of the Pacific Rim: Diversity and Sustainability  Geneviève Dubois-Taine; Christian Henriot SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
Urban Growth in the Philippines: Policy Issues and Problems Benjamin V. Carino, School of Urban and Regional Planning, University of the Philippines SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
Jakarta, Parasite City and City of Parasites  AGUS Budi Purnomo, Center for Urban Studies, Trisakti University Research Institute SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
HONG KONG: How Sustainability is Managed in a High Density City  Rebecca L.H. CHIU, Centre of Urban Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Hong Kong SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
Central City Revitalization as a Flagship for a Sustainable Christchurch  Mark BACHELS, Project Manager, Central City Revitalization, Christchurch City Council SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
Social Inclusion/Exclusion in a Sustainable City : the Housing Problem of “Urban Indigenous People” in Taipei HSIA Chu-joe, Graduate Institute of Building and Planning, National Taiwan University SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
Sydney: Planning for Sustainability in Low-Density Cities  William ROSS, Faculty of Environment and Resource Studies, Mahidol University, Bangkok SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
Singapore – Long Term Environmental Policies  LYE Lin Heng, Asia-Pacific Center for Environmental Law, National University of Singapore SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
Building a Sustainable Environment for Shanghai  ZHANG Min and HE Cheng, Shanghai City Development Research and Information Center SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
Cities of the Pacific Rim: Diversity & Sustainability  Geneviève Dubois-Taine SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000
My Bangkok Tale: Story of a Sprawled City Somrudee NICRO, Urbanization and Environment Program, Thailand Environment Institute SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000

Tourism Infrastructure

 

Title Author Source Year
Linkage –Tourism, Hotel and Air Transportation. an Overview in the South Pacific Context  SemisiTaumoepeau, Auckland Institute of Studies Research Centre Air Transport Roundtable 2, Noumea 2003
Hotel Development in the Age of Uncertainty  Jacques Seidenberg, General Manager, Transversal Services, Accor Asia Pacific Air Transport Roundtable 2, Noumea 2003
Le Meridien, the Way hotels should be  Michael Sagild, Managing Director Asia Pacific Le Meridien Hotels & Resorts Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea 2002
Développement Hôtelier et Touristique durable en Province Sud  Michel Quintard Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea 2002
Japanese Tourist Market for South Pacific and Air Transportation Issues NobuyokiHatada, Ritsmeïkan Asia Pacific University, Japan Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea 2002
Tourism and Cultural Heritage in Mexico City  Daniel HIERNAUX-NICOLAS, Autonomous Metropolitan University, Mexico City SCTF Bangkok Conference: Cities of the Pacific Rim - Diversity & Sustainability 2000

Energy Infrastructure

 

Title Author Source Year
The Water-Energy Nexus - Toward a Good Governance Approach in Water Management  Coral Ingley, Auckland University of Technology Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Energy use for production and distribution of water Henri Boyé Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Competing Use of Water for Energy and Irrigation the Case of Chile  VivianneBlanlot Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Indigenous Rights and Water Management : The Case of Chile  VivianneBlanlot Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Utilize water energy guided by New Recycle Economics  Wu Jisong Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
The Water footprint in the energy sector Wu Jisong Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Project Development in Wave Energy - Pacific Islands and Indian Ocean Studies  Barbara Vlaeminck Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
How to get the best mix between water for energy and energy for water? - Synthesis Yves Cousquer Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Future Developments in Geothermal Energy  Stuart Simmons Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Water-food-energy triangle  Basil Sharp Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
New Zealand perspective: the role of electricity and likely demand Basil Sharp Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Water Resources and International Trade Robert Scollay Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Energy Footprint for Water Supplies in Pacific Islands  Marc Overmars Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Harnessing the Ocean’s Energy in the Pacific Region John Huckerby Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Candid Considerations on China’s Water--Energy Nexus  Denis FOURMEAU Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
From Resource to Market - Mighty River Power  William Meek Toward Energy Autonomous Public Utilities Infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus, Auckland, NZ 2009
Economies of energy and cost optimization: The point of view of an operator Nicolas Renard Toward energy autonomous public utilities infrastructure: The Water Energy Nexus,  Auckland, NZ 2009

Telecoms and ICT

 

Title Author Source Year
Supply Chain Security and ICTs: Private Sector Initiatives and Responses  David Williams, OAM PECCANU Workshop: Supply Chain Security and ICTs, AichiJapan 2005
Telecommunications projects: Concessions in Thailand  SomkiatTangkitvanich, Thailand Development Research Institute Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney, Australia 2004
Implementing the e-APEC Strategy-Progress and Recommendations for Further Actions-Part1-e-infrastruc -Assessing e-infrastructure in the APEC Region David Parsons A PECC Report to APEC Ministers 2004
Implementing the e-APEC Strategy-Report-Overview David Parsons A PECC Report to APEC Ministers 2004
Implementing the e-APEC Strategy-Progress and Recommendations for Further Actions-Executive Summary   David Parsons A PECC Report to APEC Ministers 2004
Implementing the e-APEC Strategy-Progress and Recommendations for Further Actions-Part2-Liberalisati - Liberalisation and Regulatory Policy Performance David Parsons A PECC Report to APEC Ministers 2004
Implementing the e-APEC Strategy-Progress and Recommendations for Further Actions-Part3-The Brunei G – The Brunei Goals David Parsons A PECC Report to APEC Ministers 2004
Agreements on Telecom in Recent FTAs  SomkiatTangkitvanich, Thailand Development Research Institute ASCC, PECC Trade Forum-LAEBA Conference, Vina Del Mar, Chile 2004
WITSA Private-Public Partnerships  Harres Tan, International Relations Chairman, PIKOM 15thPECC General Meeting, Brunei Darussalam 2003
Trade in Telecoms  John Ure, Telecommunications Research Project, University Hong Kong 15thPECC General Meeting, Brunei Darussalam 2003
Research and Development in Space Internet Technology and Mobile Satellite Communication  NaokazuHamamoto, Communications Research Laboratory 15thPECC General Meeting, Brunei Darussalam 2003
Research Activity on the Reality of the Digital Divide in the Pacific Region  ToshioKosuge, Professor, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo 15thPECC General Meeting, Brunei Darussalam 2003
ICT and Community Building in the Rural Areas of Thailand  ThaweesakKoanantakool, Director, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand 15thPECC General Meeting, Brunei Darussalam 2003
The Future of Asian Online Communities  Kevin Cookman, Chief Operating Officer, Zhaodaola China Internet Ltd PECCAPIT SUMMIT, San Francisco, California, USA 1999
China Telecom Revolution - A road to Broad Band Strategy Edward S. Tian, President  & CEO, CHINA NETCOM CO.LTD PECCAPIT SUMMIT, San Francisco, California, USA 1999
The Indian Information Technology and Communication Revolution: Key Trends and Policies - 1  Raja M. Mitra, World Bank PECCAPIT SUMMIT, San Francisco, California, USA 1999
The Indian Information Technology and Communication Revolution: Key Trends and Policies - 2 Raja M. Mitra, World Bank PECCAPIT SUMMIT, San Francisco, California, USA 1999
China’s Internet Development Chang Xiaobing, Deputy Director General, Telecommunications Administration Bureau, MII, China PECCAPIT SUMMIT, San Francisco, California, USA 1999
India’s IT Presence in the Asia Pacific Region Vijay K. Thadani, NIIT Limited PECCAPIT SUMMIT, San Francisco, California, USA 1999
The Future of Online Asian Communities T.S. Wong, Chief Executive Officer , MyWeb Inc PECCAPIT SUMMIT, San Francisco, California, USA 1999
The India-Silicon Valley Axis  ArjunMalhotra, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, TechSpan, Inc PECCAPIT SUMMIT, San Francisco, California, USA 1999
The Future of Asian Communities – Japan Russell Hayward, Vice President and CTO, Dynamic Strategies Asia PECCAPIT SUMMIT, San Francisco, California, USA 1999
The Future of Asian Online Communities Chan Wing Leong, Chairman, Pacific Internet PECCAPIT SUMMIT, San Francisco, California, USA 1999
China: An Emerging Software Market and Industry  SaimanHui, China Consultant, International Data Group PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Korean Information & Telecommunications Industry and Foreign Direct Investment Policy Lee Kyoyong, Ministry of Information and Communication, Republic of Korea PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Digital Transactions: Technology and Policy in Pacific Economies  - Hong Kong John Ure, Director, Telecommunications Research Project, University of Hong Kong PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Bringing the Right IT Solution for your Company – Indonesia Shanti-L.Poesposoetjipto, SoedarpoInformatika, Jakarta, Indonesia PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Simultaneous Report System  Sayling Wen, Art Team PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Hong Kong’s Growth Strategy in the Information Age Jessie Ting, Information Technology and Broadcasting Bureau, Hong Kong, China PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Smart Card Development in Taiwan – A Digital Transaction Project  KuoYun PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Enabling Economic Equality through Education Klaus Andersen, Senior Vice President, Oracle Education PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Innovation and Growth in Hsinchu Science-based Industrial Park, Chinese Taipei  GendaJ. Hu, ERSO/ITRI, (Electronics Research & Service Organization/ Industrial Technology Research Institute) PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
International Alliances and Partnerships Walter T.G. Lee, WI Harper Group PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
IT in Asia Pacific James Harris III, Vice President, Hitachi Data Systems PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
The Digitally Networked Society - Challenges and Opportunities for Asian Nations  Takashi Kitaoka, Executive Corporate Advisor, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Human Capital: Our Competitive Advantage John Morgridge, Chairman, Cisco Systems PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
The Internet and Networks in Asia  Thomas Dijohn, Vice President, Asia Pacific , The Fantastic Corporation PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
AsiaInfo: Building the Internet in China Edward S. Tian, CEO, AsiaInfo Holdings, Inc. PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Internet in Chinese-Taipei  Shyue-Ching Lu, President & CEO, Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
The Internet and Networks in Asia : Accelerating Wealth Generation  Derek Williams, President, Oracle Asia Pacific PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998

Food and Infrastructure

 

Title Author Source Year
Better agricultural water management on low Pacific islands  Brent Clothier 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Conditions for Better use of Water in Agriculture and Pricing Issue Basil Sharp 2nd Water Management Seminar, Noumea 2008
Pacific Food System Outlook: The Role of Transportation Infrastructure in a Seamless Food System Walter J. Armbruster; William T. Coyle, et al Pacific Food System Outlook  2004
Japan Food Outlook 2004-05 Infrastructure and the Food System KeijiOhga, Professor, Nihon University Pacific Food System Outlook 2004
Infrastructure and the Food System - Ecuador  InésMencías, Professor, National Polytechnic School Pacific Food System Outlook 2004
Pacific Food System Outlook 2004-2005 – Chinese Taipei  - The Role of Infrastructure Ching-Cheng Chang, Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica Pacific Food System Outlook 2004
Enabling China’s Agri-Food Sector - responding to challenges  with foresight, infrastructure, institutional and enterprise reform Brad Gilmour, Research and Analysis Directorate, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Pacific Food System Outlook 2004
Pacific Food System Outlook 2004-2005 – Chile  The Role of Infrastructure Eugenia Muchnik, Program Head, Agroindustrial Area, Fundación Chile Pacific Food System Outlook 2004
Pacific Food System Outlook 2004-2005 – Canada  The Role of Infrastructure Brad Gilmour; JoséQuiroga; Mai Dang, Economists, Research and Analysis Directorate, Agriculture and Agrifood Canada Pacific Food System Outlook 2004
Pacific Food System Outlook 2004-2005 – United States - Infrastructure and the Food and Agricultural Economy Dennis Brown; FaquirBagi; Chin Lee; Constance Newman; Richard Reeder, USDA Pacific Food System Outlook 2004
Pacific Food System Outlook 2004-2005 – The Philippines - Status of Infrastructure Salvador P. Catelo Pacific Food System Outlook 2004
Pacific Food System Outlook 2004-2005 – Korea - The Role of Infrastructure in the Korean Food System Myong-KeunEor Pacific Food System Outlook 2004
Role of Infrastructure in New Zealand’s Food System  Mark Walton Pacific Food System Outlook 2004
Malaysia – Infrastructure Issues: Implications for the Food and Agricultural System  Mad NasirShamsudin Pacific Food System Outlook 2004
Pacific Food System Outlook 2003-2004 – Canada  Demographics Brad Gilmour; Margaret Zafiriou; JoséQuiroga, Research and Analysis Directorate, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Pacific Food System Outlook 2003
Pacific Food System Outlook 2003-2004 – Australia Demographics Terry Sheales, Chief Commodity Analyst, Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ABARE) Pacific Food System Outlook 2003
Airfreighting Tuna: Opportunities and Challenges Faced by Pacific Island Countries Fresh Tuna Export  Josie Tamate, Forum Fisheries Agency Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea 2002

Services

Title Author Source Year
Toolkits for promoting services exports  Fred Lam, Executive Director, Hong Kong Trade Development Council PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
ASEAN Integration in Trade in Services: Development, Challenges, and Way Forward (presentation)  Tan Tai Hiong PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
ASEAN Integration in Trade in Services: Development, Challenges, and Way Forward (paper)  Tan Tai Hiong PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
Policy and Regulatory Priorities for Developing Efficient Services Industries (presentation)  Soonwha Yi PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
China’s Services Policy Reform: pre- and post- Global Financial Crisis (presentation)  Ying Fan, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
China’s Services Policy Reform: pre- and post- Global Financial Crisis (paper)  Ying Fan, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
Comments on China’s Services Policy Reform: pre- and post- Global Financial Crisis  Fukunari Kimura, Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University and Chief Economist, ERIA PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
An Industry Perspective on Realizing the Benefits from Services Liberalization Payments Services  David A. Katz, Visa Inc. - Head of Government Relations for Asia PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
What are the 21st Century issues for services?  Jane Drake-Brockman PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
Challenges in Building an EU Single Market for Services  Julian Arkell, International Trade and Services Policy PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
The OECD Services Trade Restrictiveness Index: Progress Report  Dale Andrew and MassimoGelosoGrosso, Trade and Agriculture Directorate, OECD PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
Determinants of Services Competitiveness  Jane Drake-Brockman PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
Exporting Services: A Developing Country Perspective (presentation)  Sebastian Saez, Senior Trade Economist, World Bank PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
Exporting Services: A Developing Country Perspective (paper)  Sebastian Saez, Senior Trade Economist, World Bank PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
Determinants of Competitiveness and Factors affecting Productivity in Services -Presentation Andrew McCredie, Australian Services Roundtable and Christopher Findlay, University of Adelaide PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
Determinants of Competitiveness and Factors affecting Productivity in Services (paper)  Andrew McCredie, Australian Services Roundtable and Christopher Findlay, University of Adelaide PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
An Exploratory Framework for Measuring Services Value-added - Presentation Andreas Maurer and F. Ted Tschang PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
An Exploratory Framework for Measuring Services Value-added (paper)  Andreas Maurer and F. Ted Tschang PECC-ADBI Conference “Services Trade: New Approaches for the 21st Century”, Hong Kong 2011
Service matters to the role of public private partnerships  Adrian Kloeden, Chairman, Serco Asia Pacific PECC 17 General Meeting, Sydney 2007
Implementing the e-APEC Strategy-Progress and Recommendations for Further Actions-Part1-e-infrastruc -Assessing e-infrastructure in the APEC Region David Parsons A PECC Report to APEC Ministers 2004
Liberalisation of Aviation Services Christopher Kissling, Professor of Transport Studies , Lincoln University, New Zealand Air Transport Roundtable 2, Noumea 2003
Economic Regulation: the Pacific Islands Air Services Agreement (PIASA Emma Ferguson, Economic Adviser, Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat Air Transport Roundtable 2, Noumea 2003
Contemporary Airline Business Practice  John King, Managing Director, Aviatour Air Transport Roundtable 2, Noumea 2003
Issues of International Airport Facilitation & Environmental Impact of Aviation in Asia-Pacific  Philippe Rochat, Executive Director, Air Transport Action Group PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth 2003
Liberalization and Asymmetries for Inter-continental air bridging Rubén E. CáceresZapata, Southern Scientific University of Peru PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth 2003
Policy Priorities in Air Transport Markets in the APEC Region   Christopher Findlay, David Parsons PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth 2003
Connecting the Pacific Islands to enhance Growth & Development  John Campbell, Chairman, Association of South Pacific Airlines and Managing Director & CEO, Air Pacific Limited Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea 2002
The Internet and Networks in Asia  Thomas Dijohn, Vice President, Asia Pacific , The Fantastic Corporation PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
AsiaInfo: Building the Internet in China Edward S. Tian, CEO, AsiaInfo Holdings, Inc. PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Internet in Chinese-Taipei  Shyue-Ching Lu, President & CEO, Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd PECCAPIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998

Transportation

Title

Author

Source

Year

Supply Chain Connectivity: Important to every component of the Business Cycle

David Tan, Executive Director, the Conference of Asia Pacific Express Carriers (CAPEC)

PECC Conference, Singapore

2009

Ease of Doing Business in the Asia Pacific

Robert Yap, Chairman & CEO, YCH Group, Chairman of ASEAN Business Advisory Council

PECC Conference, Singapore

2009

The need for a strong understanding between local public authorities and the private operator: the Santiago Airport case

Carlos Plass, General Manager, SCL Terminal Aereo Santiago S.A. Santiago, Chile

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago, Chile

2005

Air Transport in the Asia-Pacific: Challenges, Opportunities and Options

Christopher Findlay; Jong Seok Kim; Ricardo Paredes-Molina; K. Raguraman

Conference on Air Transport in the Asia-Pacific: Challenges, Opportunities and Options

2005

Transport projects: Melbourne Passenger Rail

Mark Paterson, Head of Corporate Affairs, Connex Group Australia

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney, Australia

2004

Airports and the Private Sector

Peter Forsyth, Monash University

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney, Australia

2004

Public-Private Partnership in Incheon International Airport Project

Yeo Hyung-Koo, Chief, New Airport Planning Division, Ministry of Construction and Transportation, Korea

Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney, Australia

2004

AIR FRANCE – KLM : Europe’s leading airline group in Latin America

Richard Honigsberg, Air France General Manager for the Andean Countries

Air Transport Roundtable 3, Guayaquil, Ecuador

2004

Regional Efforts to Increase Airport Security

Rafael Davila, Director, Ecuadorian Civil Aviation

Air Transport Roundtable 3, Guayaquil, Ecuador

2004

Linkage –Tourism, Hotel and Air Transportation. an Overview in the South Pacific Context

Semisi Taumoepeau, Auckland Institute of Studies Research Centre

Air Transport Roundtable 2, Noumea

2003

Hotel Development in the Age of Uncertainty

Jacques Seidenberg, General Manager, Transversal Services, Accor Asia Pacific

Air Transport Roundtable 2, Noumea

2003

Aviation Infrastructure Issues  - The Pacific Islands

Christopher Kissling, Professor of Transport Studies , Lincoln University, New Zealand

Air Transport Roundtable 2, Noumea

2003

Safety Regulation: the Pacific Aviation Safety Office (PASO)

Emma Ferguson, Economic Adviser, Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat

Air Transport Roundtable 2, Noumea

2003

New Ecuadorian Airport Infrastructures

Corporacion Aeropuerto Quito

Air Transport Roundtable 2, Noumea

2003

Border Security for Air Transport in the Pacific

Paul Dalton, Regional  Vice President, S.E Asia, Australia & South Pacific, SITA

Air Transport Roundtable 2, Noumea

2003

The Changing Paradigm of the Aviation Sector

Ravindran Devagunam, Head, Transportation Practice, A.T. Kearney, Southeast Asia

PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth

2003

Policy Priorities in Air Transport Markets in the APEC Region

Christopher Findlay; Karmjit Singh

PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth

2003

Security of Air Cargo and Air Supply Chain in the Asia Pacific

Cheu Ruey Long; K Raguraman, The Logistics Institute – Asia Pacific

PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth

2003

Air Cargo & Air Supply Chain Security : Perspective From Integrators

Chin Tuan Teo, UPS

PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth

2003

Airport Modernisation in India

K Roy Paul, Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation, India and Chairman of Air India

PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth

2003

Airport Development and Air Cargo Logistics: Korea’s Initiatives in Northeast Asia

Yonghwa Park; Oh Kyoung Kwon, Dept. of Aviation Research, The Korean Transport Institution

PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth

2003

Benchmarking Productivity Performance of International Airports - ATRS Global Airport Benchmarking Report 2003

Tae Oum; Peter Forsyth, The Global Airport Benchmarking Task Force, Air Transport Research Society (ATRS)

PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth

2003

Airport & Air Cargo Security and Impact on Global Supply Chain

Joseph Ochoa, III, Transport Security Administration, USA

PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth

2003

Changi Airport Responding to the SARS Crsis

Ho Beng Huat, Director General (Airport Management), Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore

PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth

2003

The Development of the China Aerotropolis and its Link to the Global Supply Chain Network

Paul W. Bradley, Managing Director, IDS Logistics International

PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth

2003

Planning and Implementation of the Regional Logistic and Supply Chain Management System

Chun-Wei Lin

15th PECC General Meeting, Brunei Darussalam

2003

Air Tahiti - Principaux enjeux de la desserte aérienne domestique en Polynésie Française

Christian Vernaudon

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

Air Tahiti - Desserte aérienne internationale et développement  touristique en Polynésie Française

Christian Vernaudon

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

Safety Responsibilities of Industry Vs Regulatory Authority : the Regulator's View

Wilson Sagati, Manager, CAA PNG Rules – Implemenation

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

Airports Vanuatu

Desmond Ross, CEO,  Airports Vanuatu

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

Connecting the Pacific Islands to Enhance Growth and Development - Realities and Mirages

Jean-Michel Masson, Director General,  Air Caledonie International

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

The Regulatory Regime - a New Zealand Official's Perspective

John Macilree, Principal Adviser, Air Services Team, Ministry of Transport, New Zealand

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

Pacific Air Travel Connectivity, 1975-2002

Christopher Kissling, Professor of Transport Studies, Lincoln University New-Zealand

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

A Single Aviation Market for the Pacific – Liberalisation for development

Robert Guild, Economic Infrastructure Adviser ,  the Pacific Islands Forum

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

French Pacific Islands: a Regulatory Regime Case Study

Jean-Claude Finot, Director New-Caledonia Civil Aviation Administration

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

One Lifetime of Change - Air Transport Roundtable Conclusion Remark

Jacques Douffiagues, Former French Minister of Transportation

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

Scale and Scopes of Economies: A Panel Data Study on Airline Alliance

Miao Chen, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

Connecting the Pacific Islands to enhance Growth & Development

John Campbell, Chairman, Association of South Pacific Airlines and Managing Director & CEO, Air Pacific Limited

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

Airports Today and Tomorrow -There Role in Supporting Growth in Air Travel within the Pacific Area

George Bellew, Chief Executive, Christchurch International Airport Ltd

Air Transport in the Pacific Roundtable 1, Noumea

2002

Transportation, Telecommunications and Tourism fot the Pacific Region: ASEAN Report.

Narongchai Akrasanee and Deunden Nikomboriirak.

Thailand Development Research Institute, April 1989

1989

Transportation, Telecommunications and Tourism in the Pacific: Proceedings of the Triple-T Conference, Bangkok, May 1989

 

Mitsui Research Institute 1989

1989

Triple T Revolution and  the New Pacific Cooperation: On Line and En Route Toward the 21st Century. PECC VIIIGM Singapore

Triple-T Task Force

JANCPEC 1991

1991

Triple T Revolution in the Pacific Region

 

JANCPEC 1991

1991

Triple T Bali Project Meeting: Proceedings

 

JANCPEC 1991

1991

Economic Development of the Pacific Region and Triple-T Networking

 

JANCPEC 1992

1992

Triple-T Port (Teleport) for Developing Economies: Second Phase (Case Studies)

 

JANCPEC 1992

1992

Asia Pacific Airport Survey - Conducted by CTPECC

CTPECC

Triple-T Task Force 1993

1993

Triple-T Profile Survey

Triple-T Task Force

Triple-T Task Force 1993

1993

A Study on the Development of Teleport in Chinese Taipei

CTPECC

CTPECC 1993

1993

Triple-T International Conference 1994: Proceedings

Edited by JANCPEC

JANCPEC 1994

1994

Air Transport in the Asia Pacific: Challenges, Opportunities and Options: Summary Report of the Conference

Christopher Findlay, Jong Seok Kim, Ricardo Paredes-Molina, K. Raguraman

SINCPEC 1995

1995

Triple-T and Disaster Prevention Systems Project - Final Report

Triple-T Task Force

JANCPEC 1995

1995

Financial and Investment Policy

Title Author Source Year
Local financing of PPP projects: The Chilean experience  Carlos Martabit, Gerente General de Finanzas, BancoEstado Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago 2005
Private – Public Partnership for Infrastructure Development  Nicholas Moore, Head of Investment Banking Group, Macquarie Bank PECC 16 General Meeting, Seoul, Korea 2005
Creating Value Through Private-Public Partnerships for Infrastructure development Dominic Barton, McKinsey & Company PECC 16 General Meeting, Seoul, Korea 2005
Developing Public-Private Partnership for Infrastructure: the Legal Framework and Financing Issue  Pedro García Morales; et al Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago 2005
Developing Bond Markets in the APEC Region: Need and Agenda for Public-Private Sector Partnership  Julius Caesar Parreñas Finance Forum - Issues@PECC 2004
Moving Forward through Public-Private Sector Partnership  Julius Caesar Parreñas Finance Forum Conference, Santiago 2004
A Public/Private Sector Partnership  John Farrell Finance Forum Conference, Santiago 2004
A Public/Private Sector Partnership (PPT)   John Farrell Finance Forum Conference, Santiago 2004
World Bank Group Investment in Infrastructure: Review and Prospects  Thakoor Persaud, Country Sector, Coordinator/Lead Economist, East Asia & the Pacific Region, World Bank Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney 2004
Local Authority Capacity Building: Budgeting and Good Governance for Sustainable Development  Jean-Christophe Levens, Managing Director, Dexia Credit Local Asia Pacific Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney 2004
Obstacles to Private Sector Infrastructure Investment in Thailand  Deunden Nikomborirak, Thailand Development Research Institute Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney 2004
The Role of Local Financing in the Development of PPPs and Municipal Investment/Services (the French Experience) Campbell Wratt, Director, Project & Sectorial Finance Dexia Crédit Local Asia Pacific Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney 2004
Perception Versus Reality: Why Differing Views of Risk Matter  Daniel Wagner, Senior Cofinancing Specialist (Guarantees), Asian Development Bank Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney 2004
Political Risk Insurance and PPP Raffy Rios; David Pulver, Executive Director, Trade Credit and Political Risk, Aon Risk Services Singapore (Insurance Brokers) Pte Ltd Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney 2004
The Development of PPP Market in Asia  Simon Reilly; Bill Banks, Project Finance Advisory, Ernst & Young Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney 2004
Public Private Partnership - A dual approach: Infrastructure model and/or operational model?  Bernard Poignant, International Finance Project Director, International Affairs, Veolia, France Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Sydney 2004
Financing Urban Services - A private operator approach (Water Sector)  Bernard Poignant, International Finance Project Director, International Affairs, Veolia, France SCTF Breakfast Seminar - PECC GMXV, Brunei Darussalam 2003
Airport Financing – an Investor Perspective Robert Scott, Director and Head of Asia Transportation, Deutsche Bank PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth 2003
Airport - the Investor Perspective  Kerrie Mather, Chief Executive Officer, Macquarie Airports PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth 2003
Future Technology and Trends in the Travel and Transportation Industry  Mike Hulley, President, Global Transportation Industry, EDS PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth 2003
Issues and Challenges of Airport Privatisation: European and Australasian Experiences Peter Forsyth PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth 2003
Financing Airport Privatisation in Australia John Bulford, Head of Structured Finance, Commonwealth Bank of Australia PECC International Roundtable - Role of Airports & Airlines in Trade Liberalisation & Economic Growth 2003

Social Infrastructure

 

Title Author Source Year

Towards a More Resilient Society:
Lessons from Economic Crises 

  Social Resilience Project 2010
Making Pension Promises More Credible in Asia-Pacific Economies Prof. Mukul G. Asher Social Resilience Project 2010
Social Resilience, Means-testing, and Capital Taxation – Reflections on Economic Paradigms Dr. Cagri Kumru and Dr. John Piggott Social Resilience Project 2010
Social Issues and Policy Agendas in Korea Dr. Hyungpyo Moon Social Resilience Project 2010
Development of Pension Arrangements and Future Pension Policy Issues in Japan Prof. Noriyuki Takayama Social Resilience Project 2010
The Medical Insurance System in Japan Dr. Miho Sekimoto and Prof. Masako Ii Social Resilience Project 2010
Insuring the no- or low-income population and balancing the income inequality:the National Health Insurance program as the base of Japan’s social securitybalancing the income inequality:the National Health Insurance program as the base of Japan’s social security Dr. Etsuji Okamoto Social Resilience Project 2010
Health System Reforms in China: Is Universal Coverage Enough to Solvethe Problems? Ms. Hiroko Uchimura Social Resilience Project 2010
Employment Structure and Unemployment Insurance in East Asia:Establishing Social Protection for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth  Dr. Yasuhiro Kamimura Social Resilience Project 2010
Unemployment Insurance in Thailand: Rationales for the Early Introductionin a Second-Tier Newly Industrializing Economy Prof. Yasuhito Asami Social Resilience Project 2010
Employment Insurance and Active Labor Market Policies in Chinese Taipei Dr. Ke-Jeng Lan and Dr. Wen-Chi Chou Social Resilience Project 2010
Employment insurance system in Korea and recent revision Dr. Myoung-Jung Kim Social Resilience Project 2010
Employment Insurance and Active Labor Market Programs in Japan Prof. Naoki Mitani Social Resilience Project 2010
The Determinants of Saving Rates in the Developed and Developing Economies: The Impact of Social Safety Nets Prof. Charles Yuji Horioka Social Resilience Project 2010
Uncertainty of Public Pension and Precautionary Saving in Japan — Evidence from the Micro Data of Close-to-retirement Households Prof. Wataru Suzuki and Dr. Yanfei Zhou Social Resilience Project 2010
Enhancing Social Safety Net, Education and Public Housing for Asia Pacific Economies  Lok Sang Ho, Director, Centre for Public Policy Studies, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, China PECC Conference, Singapore 2009
Vietnam: Improving Safety Net System for Sustainable Recovery  Nguyen Duc Thanh, Director, Centre for Economic and Policy Research, College of Economics, Viet Nam National University PECC Conference, Singapore 2009
Aging and Economic Growth Potentials in the Pacific Region  Akira Kohsaka PECC 17 General Meeting, Sydney 2007
Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in Health Projects García A. Pedro, Chile Minister of Health Public-Private Partnerships Workshop, Santiago 2005
Human Infrastructure as a Requirement for Community Building in the Asia Pacific  Tsong Ming Lin, President, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology 15th PECC General Meeting, Brunei Darussalam 2003
Enabling Economic Equality through Education Klaus Andersen, Senior Vice President, Oracle Education PECC APIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Innovation and Growth in Hsinchu Science-based Industrial Park, Chinese Taipei  GendaJ. Hu, ERSO/ITRI, (Electronics Research & Service Organization/ Industrial Technology Research Institute) PECC APIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998
Human Capital: Our Competitive Advantage John Morgridge, Chairman, Cisco Systems PECC APIT SUMMIT, Santa Clara, California, USA 1998

Discussion Forum

Going It Alone in the Asia-Pacific: Regional Trade Agreements Without the United States
Peter A. Petri (PIIE), Michael G. Plummer (Johns Hopkins University and East-West Center), Shujiro Urata (Waseda University) and Fan Zhai (Former Managing Director, China Investment Corporation)


The Linkage between Services and Manufacturing in the US economy
Sherry M. Stephenson, Senior Fellow, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development


Digital DNA: Disruption and the Challenges for Global Governance
Peter F. Cowhey (University of California, San Diego), 
Jonathan D. Aronson (University of Southern California)


Growth in a Time of Change
Pamela Mar, Director of Sustainability, Fung Academy | Fung Group


Why Connectivity is a starting point for real change
Pamela Mar, Director of Sustainability, Fung Academy | Fung Group


The TPP lives on – and Canada should be part of it
Hugh Stephens, Vice-chair, CANCPEC


After the TPP: What’s Next for Canada in Asia?
Hugh Stephens, Vice-chair, CANCPEC