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Enrique Domínguez

Economist, MSc., BA., with over 19 years of experience in applied economics, infrastructure and public policy. Public-Private Partnership (PPP) and Fiscal Specialist at the Vice-presidency for Countries at the IDB. At the moment, working with multiple governments of the IDB's country members in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) on sustainable PPP infrastructure schemes, with focus on gender and vulnerable groups inclusion, project evaluation and prioritization, and impact assessment to identify and foster high-value projects, guaranteeing fiscal sustainability and expanding public-private investment opportunities. In the past, in Mexico, I led the PPP Department at the Water National Commission, worked to efficiently allocate fiscal resources in economic and social infrastructure development (transportation, water and sanitation, energy, health and education) in the Ministry of Finance, and developed significant energy regulations to drive private investments in the sector at the National Hydrocarbons Commission. Recently, I have authored and co-authored publications on PPP prioritization, resilience, fiscal sustainability and inclusion, and worked on several dissemination strategies to foster PPP infrastructure knowledge.

Posts by Enrique Domínguez

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A Toolkit to Build Climate Resilience and Enhance Public-Private Partnerships

Financing infrastructure projects brings about a multiplier effect: every dollar invested generates up to four dollars in return. However, there is a huge gap that can only be bridged by actively engaging private-sector players and providing them with the right tools.