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ISBN:
0803994958
Author:
Gilbert Etienne
Category:
Economics
Language:
English
Publisher:
SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; Revised edition (October 31, 1985)
Pages:
276 pages
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Home Gilbert Etienne Rural Development in Asia: Meetings with Peasants. Publisher: Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd. Publication Date: 1986. Book Condition: Fair. Rural Development in Asia: Meetings with Peasants. Synopsis: Rural Development in Asia reflects Etienne′s long-standing involvement in the development problems of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China, India, and Pakistan.

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Rural Development in Asia reflects Etienne′s long-standing involvement in the development problems of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China, India, and Pakistan. All five countries share problems of limited resources and large populations, and have a common goal of alleviating hunger and poverty. Etienne′s pragmatic conclusions have major implications for rural development throughout the Third World.