Search results for author:"Samuel Ekung"
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Scaffolding: Using Social Impact Assessment to Map Framework for Construction Stakeholders? Engagement
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences Vol. 32 (Jun 24, 2014) pp. 154–165
Strategy to construction stakeholders? engagement in Nigeria is anchored on environmental impact assessment (EIA) law. While EIA is conducted only in large projects, every project continues to witness one form of opposition or another from the...
Risk and Financial Management Practice in the Construction Sector in Nigeria, System Thinking Perspective
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences Vol. 41 (Sep 30, 2014) pp. 165–175
Risk and financial management of construction projects have been widely studied using different approaches and systems. Three basic frontiers underpin project management research in this area: normative; descriptive; and instrumental. The...
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences Vol. 32 (Jun 24, 2014) pp. 14–25
This paper examined the drivers of corporate social responsibility within construction organisations in Nigeria. The objectives were to determine the critical factors driving corporate social responsibility implementation in Nigeria and to examine...
The Effect of Government Policy on Housing Delivery in Nigeria: A Case Study of Port Harcourt Low Income Housing Programme
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences Vol. 61 (Oct 05, 2015) pp. 87–98
Housing is one of the most important needs of individuals next to food and clothing. Housing needs for low income earners has reached an alarming stage in Nigeria. On the supply side, numerous government policies have earlier aimed at disabling the...