Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia: A Focus on Ports - cover image

Copyright

Colin Duffield; Felix Kin Peng Hui; Sally Wilson

Published On

2019-11-18

ISBN

Paperback978-1-78374-821-1
Hardback978-1-78374-822-8
PDF978-1-78374-823-5
HTML978-1-80064-601-8
XML978-1-78374-826-6
EPUB978-1-78374-824-2
MOBI978-1-78374-825-9

Language

  • English

Print Length

394 pages (xxxii+362)

Dimensions

Paperback156 x 27 x 234 mm(6.14" x 1.08" x 9.21")
Hardback156 x 30 x 234 mm(6.14" x 1.19" x 9.21")

Weight

Paperback1644g (57.99oz)
Hardback2041g (71.99oz)

Media

Illustrations103
Tables41

OCLC Number

1203939651

LCCN

2019452875

BIC

  • KFFM
  • TNFH
  • 1FMN
  • K
  • RPT

BISAC

  • BUS036000
  • BUS032000
  • BUS013000

LCC

  • HE560.I5

Keywords

  • Infrastructure
  • Indonesia
  • Ports
  • major infrastructure projects
  • Australia
  • infrastructure investment
  • port planning and development
  • engineering
  • law
  • planning
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Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia

A Focus on Ports

Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia: A Focus on Ports presents an important and original collation of current material investigating the efficient facilitation of major infrastructure projects in Indonesia and Australia, with an emphasis on infrastructure investment and a focus on port planning and development.

This interdisciplinary collection—spanning the disciplines of engineering, law and planning—draws helpfully on a range of practical and theoretical perspectives. It is the collaborative effort of leading experts in the fields of infrastructure project initiation and financing, and is based on international research conducted by the University of Melbourne, Universitas Indonesia and Universitas Gadjah Mada.

The volume opens with a macroscopic perspective, outlining the broader economic situations confronting Indonesia and Australia, before adopting a more microscopic perspective to closely examine the issues surrounding major infrastructure investment in both countries. Detailed case studies are provided, key challenges are identified, and evidence-based solutions are offered. These solutions respond to such topical issues as how to overcome delays in infrastructure project initiation; how to enhance project decision-making for the selection and evaluation of projects; how to improve overall efficiency in the arrangement of project finance and governance; and how to increase the return provided by investment in infrastructure. Special focus is given to proposed improvements to the portal cities of Indonesia in the areas of major infrastructure project governance, policies, engagement, operation and processes.

By rigorously investigating the economic, transport, finance and policy aspects of infrastructure investment, this book will be a valuable resource for policy makers and government officials in Indonesia and Australia, infrastructure investment organisations, and companies involved in exporting services between Indonesia and Australia. This book will also be of interest to researchers and students of infrastructure planning and financing, setting a solid foundation for subsequent investigations of financing options for large-scale infrastructure developments.

Reviews

This volume provides some useful information on how to better plan, finance and manage seaport infrastructure. It will serve as a useful reference for policy makers, researchers, students and observers interested in infrastructure development for Indonesia.

Siwage Dharma Negara

"Review: Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia: A Focus on Ports by Colin Duffield, Felix Kin Peng Hui, Sally Wilson". Journal of Southeast Asian Economies (2339-5095), vol. 37, no. 3, 2020. doi:10.1355/ae37-3g

Full Review

Contents

1. Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia — The Economic Context

(pp. 1–14)
  • Colin Duffield
  • Felix Kin Peng Hui
  • Sally Wilson
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.01

2. Infrastructure Planning, Challenges and Risks

(pp. 15–52)
  • Colin Duffield
  • Felix Kin Peng Hui
  • Sally Wilson
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.02

3. Funding and Financing Infrastructure: Indonesia and Australia

(pp. 53–84)
  • Colin Duffield
  • Felix Kin Peng Hui
  • Sally Wilson
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.03

4. Efficient Facilitation of Major Infrastructure Projects

(pp. 85–112)
  • Colin Duffield
  • Felix Kin Peng Hui
  • Vijayshree Behal
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.04

5. Port and Hinterlands: The Combined Infrastructure Costs of Seaports, Intermodal Terminals and Transport Access, Port Botany, Sydney

(pp. 113–154)
  • John Black
  • Violeta Roso
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.05

6. Comparative Efficiency Analysis of Australian and Indonesian Ports

(pp. 155–186)
  • Felix Kin Peng Hui
  • Colin F. Duffield
  • Andrew Chin
  • Hanlong Huang
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.06

7. Innovation in Port Development The Quad Helix Model

(pp. 187–204)
  • Sari Wahyuni
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.07

8. Revealing Indonesian Port Competitiveness: Challenge and Performance

(pp. 205–226)
  • Sari Wahyuni
  • Felix Kin Peng Hui
  • Alif Azadi Taufik
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.08

9. Initial Investigation into the Effectiveness of Australian Ports’ Governance and Management Structures

(pp. 227–246)
  • Haya Al-Daghlas
  • Felix Kin Peng Hui
  • Colin F. Duffield
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.09

10. Alternative Ways to Finance Major Port Projects: Seaports in Indonesia

(pp. 247–280)
  • Waskitha W. Galih
  • Ruslan Prijadi
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.10

11. The Critical Importance of Land Transport when Considering Port Development: The Case of Three Indonesian Ports

(pp. 281–326)
  • Danang Parikesit
  • Said Basalim
  • Wiratno Wahyu Wibowo
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.11

12. Potential Infrastructure Enhancements for Ports and Cities: Conclusions, Future Research and Policy Concepts

(pp. 327–342)
  • Colin F. Duffield
  • Danang Parikesit
  • Sari Wahyuni
  • Felix Kin Peng Hui
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.12

Preface

(pp. xix–xxii)
  • Leith Doody
  • Bernardus Djonoputro
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.13

Foreword

(pp. xxiii–xxxii)
  • Colin Duffield
  • Felix Kin Peng Hui
  • Sally Wilson
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0189.14

Contributors

Colin Duffield

(editor)
Professor in Engineering Project Management and Deputy Head of the Department of Infrastructure Engineering at University of Melbourne

Felix Kin Peng Hui

(editor)
Senior Lecturer and Academic Specialist in the Department of Infrastructure Engineerin at University of Melbourne

Sally Wilson

(editor)
Research Fellow in the Department of Infrastructure Engineering at University of Melbourne