Estimating Direct, Indirect, and Induced Employment from Highway Construction in India

Event: Virtual Conference on Transport Infrastructure Development, Spillover Effects, and Quality of Life

Estimating Direct, Indirect, and Induced Employment from Highway Construction in India

18 March 2020
Author / Speaker: 
Vinod Vasudevan, University of Alaska
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Description: 

Highway construction is a major employment generator across the world. Assessing four highway projects located in two distinct provinces, the paper illustrates a methodology to develop estimates of employment generation from highway construction in emerging economies like India.

Geographical Focus: 
India
Type of Content: 
Learning Event

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