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The Keston Institute for Public Finance and Infrastructure Policy seeks to actively address the economic policy, financial, demographic and other dimensions of public infrastructure development in California.

The Institute's purpose is the identification, research and dissemination of the most imaginative infrastructure strategies for the range of infrastructure challenges facing California as we enter the 21st century. Specifically:

* We undertake research, outreach and educational activities to further understanding and awareness of infrastructure challenges.
* We assist with policy prescriptions for public infrastructure development.
* We compile, evaluate and disseminate data and research pertaining to California Infrastructure trends, mechanisms and implications for investment spending.

The Institute will focus on topics of transportation, water, power, environment and related municipal public works projects in the first years of operation and may be expanded at the discretion of the Institute's leadership.

Keston Institute for Public Finance and Infrastructure Policy at USC University of Southern California

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The Keston Institute for Public Finance and Infrastructure Policy seeks to actively address the economic policy, financial, demographic and other dimensions of public infrastructure development in California.

The Institute's purpose is the identification, research and dissemination of the most imaginative infrastructure strategies for the range of infrastructure challenges facing California as we enter the 21st century. Specifically:

* We undertake research, outreach and educational activities to further understanding and awareness of infrastructure challenges.
* We assist with policy prescriptions for public infrastructure development.
* We compile, evaluate and disseminate data and research pertaining to California Infrastructure trends, mechanisms and implications for investment spending.

The Institute will focus on topics of transportation, water, power, environment and related municipal public works projects in the first years of operation and may be expanded at the discretion of the Institute's leadership.

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