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Regional Variations in Construction Labor Productivity - The Case of Two Indian States

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 55 Issue 3

Published: 2020
Author(s) Name: Sanjeet B. Salunke, Mum Taggu, Nachiketa Tripathi and Boeing Laishram | Author(s) Affiliation: M. Tech Students, Infrastructure Engg. and Mgt. Division, Dept. of Civil Engg., Kanpur, U.P.
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Abstract

This paper aims to assess the differences in the perception of construction labor productivity (CLP) factors by the government officials in the construction sector in the state of Maharashtra and Arunachal Pradesh. Data was collected through a questionnaire. The study compared the importance of factors in both the states by ranking them using the frequency index. Results show that significant differences exist in the perception of the relative importance of factors in both the states. The study has made it easier to evaluate the relative influence of each factor on CLP and determine the extent to which the level of infrastructure growth and investment of the region affecting it.

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