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Muhammad Yousuf Aguria

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First Name:Muhammad Yousuf
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Last Name:Aguria
RePEc Short-ID:pag34
LAST Affiliation Department of Building, National University of Singapore (NUS) PRESENT Affiliation AGURIA, Muhammad Yousuf: Tutor - CE2183 'Construction Project Management': Department of Civil Engineering (NUS): Group Coordinator & Research Engineer Collborative Engineering Project (funded by infocomm Development Authority - iDA S'pore): Block E1, #08-21, Infarstructure Systems Group 1 Engineering Drive 2, Singapore 117576 E-mail: OR
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  1. Shou Qing Wang & Mohammed Fadhil Dulaimi & Muhammad Yousuf Aguria, 2004. "Risk management framework for construction projects in developing countries," Construction Management and Economics, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 22(3), pages 237-252.

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