Social and Economic Aspects of Tidal Swamp Land Development in Indonesia (Occasional paper - Development Studies Centre ; no. 15) ePub download
by William L. Collier
- ISBN: 0909150907
- ISBN13: 978-0909150907
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- Language: English
- Category: Business & Finance
- Publisher: Australian Natl Univ Pr (December 1, 1980)
- Pages: 74
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Development Process Development Programme Economic Policy Regional Development . Social and economic aspects of based cropping system in the coastal wetlands of Indonesia.
Development Process Development Programme Economic Policy Regional Development Specific Receive. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This is a revised version of NIDI Working Paper No. 43, An Evaluation of Recent Indonesian Transmigration Programmes, November 1983.
Рассматриваются вопросы социально-экономического развития коренных народов Арктики в контексте Концепции устойчивого развития. Показано соотношение процесса глобализации с новыми вызовами и путями сохранения традиционных форм народного хозяйства, социальной и культурной жизни коренного населения Арктики. Главное внимание направлено на рассмотрение развития коренных народов Арктики в рамках их специфического исторического развития.
Low carbon development is a development pattern to enable social and economic progress along the path of sustainable development. The results indicate low carbon development in this region continues to move forward.
Deforestation in Indonesia involves the long-term loss of forests and foliage across much of the country; it has had massive environmental and social impacts. Indonesia is home to some of the most biologically diverse forests in the world and ranks third in number of species behind Brazil and the Democratic Republic of Congo. As late as 1900, Indonesia was still a densely forested country: forests represented 84 percent of the total land area.
Legal process and economic development: A case study of Indonesia
Legal process and economic development: A case study of Indonesia. World Development, Vol. 19, Issue. Legal approaches to judicial development in the new states of Asia and Africa seem to be inadequate for at least two reasons. One is that we cannot assume a prior knowledge of the political and social factors bearing on the process of change in these countries. Before that it received very little attention, aside from an occasional item on Parliamentary hearings or a particularly tough statement by one of the antagonists.
The National Career Development Association has organized a program hoping to increase the education . Journal of Appalachian Studies. exploring gender and economic development in appalachia.
The National Career Development Association has organized a program hoping to increase the education in the Appalachia region, which has been deprived of what other parts of the nation take for granted. The region is primarily utilized for mining, coal, and its other natural resources and farmland. Families that live in these parts have become accustomed to a certain way of life whether it involve school or working. a b c "ARC History".
Papers focusing on historical aspects of small state development: Richard Griffiths. Papers focusing on small states and economics: Richard Griffiths. Papers not falling in any of the above 'categories': Clive Archer. These should normally be 7,000-8,000 words in length and be completed pieces of work.
This collection of influential writings on economic development in Indonesia will be of considerable value to students and specialists alike. "Journal of Asian Studies. Series: Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia. Hardcover: 304 pages. Publisher: Routledge (March 24, 1997).
Recent papers in Land Development. Although it was an intention there was no any indication that NGO involvement is sufficient. Land development in New Zealand: case studies on the importance of site selection, due diligence, finance and the regulatory environment. Trajectories of land acquisition and enclosure: development schemes, virtual land grabs, and green acquisitions in Indonesia's Outer Islands. Project also has been chosen most successful project of its type. Recently an evaluation report has been issued by World Bank and this report includes the views of all parties.