Evaluating the impact of road infrastructure on household income in Papua New Guinea: Spatial data compilation and analysis

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Abstract

As part of the ADB sub‐project ‘Developing Impact Evaluation Methodologies, Approaches, and Capacities in Selected Developing Member Countries’ two closely related research projects were carried out by VU to evaluate the impact of road infrastructure on household income in Papua New Guinea. One project focused on econometric analysis (contract no. 117629‐S85196), while the other developed the spatial database needed for this analysis (contract no. 117642‐S84962).
The current report documents the data collection process and provides a concise description of the data that were collected for the project and the analyses that were performed to enrich the available data sources to create meaningful variables for the statistical analysis. It serves as a background document with the scientific paper‐that concisely describes the findings of the two joint research projects.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherVrije Universtiteit
Commissioning bodyAsian Development Bank (ADB)
Number of pages61
Publication statusPublished - 20 Dec 2016

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