Meet the Editors
Journal of Mega Infrastructure & Sustainable Development
The Journal of Mega Infrastructure & Sustainable Development provides a platform to critically examine the theory and practice of international mega infrastructure development holistically in different contexts. It explores the complexities, risks, opportunities and uncertainties entailed in decision-making and governance of large-scale infrastructure plans, programmes and projects, the lessons they offer for the future, and their potential to promote and deliver more sustainable development.
The journal invites contributions that encompass all sectors of infrastructure development, in particular Water, Energy, Transport and other land use large-scale infrastructure investments that pose significant costs and benefits to the environments, economies, societies and territories they traverse and serve - both in the developed and developing world.
The journal comprises 3 parts headed up by expert Editors:
Part One focuses on the theoretical and conceptual dimensions of mega infrastructure policy-making, planning, appraisal, delivery and monitoring, and their interface in pursuit of more sustainable development.
Read Professor Nicholas P. Low's interview about the journal here.
Part Two features contributions on international professional practice and case study experiences of mega infrastructure plans, programmes and projects as they relate to sustainable development imperatives.
Read Professor Brian G. Field's interview about the journal here.
Part Three features reviews of international research papers, monographs, books and case studies, in addition to rapid communications (letters), conference reports and a quarterly commissioned critical piece ( Carte Blanche ) on mega infrastructure investment and sustainable development challenges world-wide.
Read Professor Harry T. Dimitriou's interview about the journal here.