Cong Peng

Cong Peng is a PhD student in Economic Geography at London School of Economics, and a researcher in the project of Urbanisation in Developing Countries.

Content by Cong Peng
  • Project

    The impact of infrastructure improvement on urban life quality in Zambia

    This project assesses the socioeconomic impact of improvements in road quality between 2014 and 2018 in Zambia, extending the study period of a previous IGC study titled The impact of infrastructure improvement on urban life quality and firm output, covering the implementation of Link Zambia 8000. Link Zambia 8000 is one of Zambia's largest scale infrastructure...

    4 Jun 2021 | Cong Peng, Yulu Tang, Wen Chen

  • Project

    The impact of infrastructure improvement on urban life quality and firm output

    Zambia has embarked on an aggressive agenda of road-building in its bid for growth over the past couple of decades. Since landlocked countries tend to grow more slowly due to reduced openness to trade, infrastructure development is particularly critical for growth. Research shows that after reaching a certain level of infrastructure capacity, the continued construction...

    16 Aug 2019 | Cong Peng, Wen Chen