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Islamic Finance: An Alternative You Might Not Have Considered
Islamic Finance: An Alternative You Might Not Have Considered

November 23, 2020
Danyal Ahmad

We live in a world of increasingly tight global liquidity for financing infrastructure projects. Governments must look to the full extent of project delivery vehicles to secure the resources necessary to meet the ever-widening infrastructure funding gap. Between 2015 and 2040, the global infrastructure funding gap exceeds USD 15 trillion,…
Is Your Country Ready for Public-Private Partnerships?
Is Your Country Ready for Public-Private Partnerships?

September 21, 2020
IP3 Admin

Economic growth and development are intimately related to the delivery of public services. Governments are often seeking ways to finance the provision of public services to citizens while dealing with tight budgets, unreliable contracts, and stakeholders who each have potentially independent priorities. Bringing in the private sector as a partner…
Getting Students to “Eat Their Vegetables” Through Gamification
Getting Students to “Eat Their Vegetables” Through Gamification

August 14, 2020
Austin Engel

Game-based learning used to be—and still can be, to an extent—like chocolate-covered broccoli. You try to make something good for you taste better, only to sit down to a culinary abomination. I can confirm that chocolate-covered broccoli is horrible to eat, but game-based learning doesn't have to be tough to…
Think Globally, Act Locally: Globalizing Online Training for PPP Professionals
Think Globally, Act Locally: Globalizing Online Training for PPP Professionals

May 15, 2020
Marcus Hall

International education is one of the unique characteristics of IP3 ability to prepare a global workforce of PPP professionals. For the past ten years, students from 140 countries have undergone IP3 adaptive training in PPPs, project finance, and regulation and utility management. In addition to expanding knowledge on technical topics…