Planning for Internal Migration: A Review of Issues and Policies in Developing Countries, Volume 3

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Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1977 - Developing countries - 167 pages
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Page 156 - The Effect of Labor Force Participation on the Relation Between Migration Status and Fertility in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Page 91 - Because the countryside is inadequately provided with accessible market centers where farm produce can readily be sold and where shops filled with consumer and producer goods can exert their tempting 'demonstration effects', the incentives to produce more for the market and the inducement to invest in better tools, fertilizers, or better livestock in order to generate a larger marketable surplus are weak...
Page 91 - There is a really astonishing difference between developed and underdeveloped countries in their relative number of central places and in the dispersion of these towns, small cities, medium-sized urban centers, and still larger cities.
Page 156 - Motives and Objectives of Migration: Selective Migration and Preferences toward Rural and Urban Life...
Page 150 - Trends in Family Size Preferences and Practice of Family Planning: Taiwan. 1965-1970', Studies in Family Planning, 3, 12(1972o)281-308.
Page 150 - Fertility and economic activity of women in Guatemala City. 1964.
Page 53 - to be 'parasitic' in the sense that they tended to obstruct economic growth in their country of location by retarding the development of other cities in the nation, by contributing little to the development of their own hinterland, by being oriented primarily toward the contribution of services to the colonial power abroad or the colonial or indigenous elite in the great city itself".
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