Modern World Development: A Geographical Perspective

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1982 - Political Science - 216 pages
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This provocative volume represents a major contribution to the literature of regional economic development from the perspective of a distinguished geographer. Well written and a necessary addition for academic libraries at all levels.
  

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Contents

Introduction
11
The search for optimum mobile
25
Core and periphery
59
Nonrenewable natural resources
111
The populous less developed countries
143
Environmental change
164
Perspective
189
Bibliography
195
Index
208
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Michael Chisholm was Professor of Geography at the Cambridge University until retiring in 1996.

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