Applying total interpretive structural modeling to study factors affecting construction labour productivity

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Sayali Shrikrishna Sandbhor; Rohan P. Botre;
  • Publisher: UTS ePRESS
  • Journal: Construction Economics and Building (issn: 2204-9029, eissn: 2204-9029)
  • Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5130/AJCEB.v14i1.3753
  • Subject: Building construction | labour productivity | total interpretive structural modeling | Construction project | interpretive structural modeling | Engineering economy | TA177.4-185 | TH1-9745 | Construction project, labour productivity, interpretive structural modeling, total interpretive structural modeling

<p>Construction sector has always been dependent on manpower.<strong> </strong>Most of the activities carried out on any construction site are labour intensive. Since productivity of any project depends directly on productivity of labour, it is a prime responsibility of... View more
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