Road Infrastructure in Economically Underdeveloped North-east India

  title={Road Infrastructure in Economically Underdeveloped North-east India},
  author={Sarmistha Nandy},
  journal={Journal of Infrastructure Development},
  pages={131 - 144}
  • S. Nandy
  • Published 1 December 2014
  • Economics
  • Journal of Infrastructure Development
Infrastructure development builds the road map for economic growth and social upliftment of a county. Econometric studies indicate a direct relationship between development of physical infrastructure and economic growth. Road infrastructure, in particular, provides a network to facilitate trade, transport, social integration and economic development, especially for an underdeveloped region. The present article is an effort to study the road infrastructure of India’s north-east (NE) region… 

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