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JPD 1984 Vol. XI No. 1-f: The Impact of Rural Roads

This article is a product of a nine-month training and application program implemented by the micro component of the Economic and Social Impact Analysis/Women in Development (ESIA/WID) and the Food Systems Program of the East-West Center Resource Systems Institute (RSI). It compares and analyzes the socioeconomic status of the population within the influence areas of the experimental and control group before and after the rural road construction. In particular, it conducts an impact assessment of rural road construction on the income level of the population.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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de Vera Garcia, Elma; infrastructure; rural sector; impact analysis; road;
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