The Role of Private Sector for Reducing Disaster Risk in Large Scale Infrastructure and Real Estate Development: Case of Delhi
Garima Jain | 2013
This study is an attempt to investigate the role of private investment in large scale infrastructure projects, in reducing disaster risk in India within the context of a regulatory environment. It attempts to identify gaps in the processes of planning, stakeholder incentives, and the enabling environment for the inclusion of disaster risk reduction measures in the developmental processes of large scale infrastructure projects. The study is done in reference to four large infrastructure and real estate projects in Delhi, India.