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|Title:||Indicators for measuring construction industry development in developing countries|
|Keywords:||Construction industry development|
Key performance indicators
|Source:||Ofori, G. (2001). Indicators for measuring construction industry development in developing countries. Building Research and Information 29 (1) : 40-50. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1080/09613210150208787|
|Abstract:||The problems of construction industries in developing countries are well researched. For over three decades, proposals have been made for action to address these difficulties. Developing countries have implemented these recommendations, and other initiatives. However, results have been disappointing and the problems have persisted. A possible reason for the lack of progress is the absence of measurable targets in construction industry development programmes to guide and assess, at intervals, the success of their implementation. This paper critically discusses the formulation of a set of indicators for measuring and monitoring progress in the effort to improve the construction industry in a developing country. Previous proposals of indicators and those used in Singapore are examined. A set of indicators is suggested and their merits and possible problems are considered. Recommendations are made on how the indicators can be most effectively implemented.|
|Source Title:||Building Research and Information|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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