The Socio-Economics of Women Inclusion in Green Construction
The female population represents one of the greatest untapped resources for economic growth and revitalization in most sectors. The purpose of the study was to examine the socio-economics of women’s inclusion in green construction. The study utilized the use of questionnaires which were distributed to female professionals in the Nigerian construction industry. A total of 120 female...
Published at Construction Economics and Building
Published in 2017
Afolabi, A., Tunji-Olayeni, P.F., Oyeyipo, O. and Ojelabi, R.
Tunji – Olayeni Patience » My purpose is to raise a new breed of construction professionals with environmental and social consciousness to transform the construction landscape through active research and exemplar projects for the sustainable existence of Africa. My research endeavours have focused on construction management in developing countries, and gender issues in the construction industry, with a current interest... view full profile
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