This edition offers our perspective on the impact of globalization on the infrastructure sector.
In this edition of Insight Magazine, we explore the forces of globalization that are disrupting the fundamentals of the infrastructure sector. This is a pivotal point for our sector, many of the decisions made today will reverberate for generations and we believe this publication will help inform those decisions and create a brighter – more open - future
As the world order changes and new forces emerge, our infrastructure clients are seeking forward looking advice and insights to help them navigate through the disruption. This edition of Insight magazine offers our perspective on the impact of globalization on the infrastructure sector.
Not surprisingly, we are unabashedly supportive of globalization. But we also recognize that – without more equal distribution – only a few will share in the benefits.
In this edition of Insight, we explore key issues and topics such as:
We also recognize that ideas often require concrete examples. So, for this edition of Insight magazine, we identify projects from past Infrastructure 100 reports that illustrate some of the big themes carried through this edition of our magazine.
Explore these themes by downloading the full report below, or reading the articles contributed by our Canadian leaders, Stephen Beatty and Stephen Prendiville, in the banners above.
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