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Population factors in planning of sub-national areas

KЕЌichi Mera

Population factors in planning of sub-national areas

their roles and implications in the long-run

by KЕЌichi Mera

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Published by International Development Center of Japan in Tokyo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • Migration, Internal -- Asia.,
    • Migration, Internal -- Australasia.,
    • Population policy.,
    • Regional planning.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementKoichi Mera, Hiroshi Ueno.
      SeriesIDCJ working paper series ; no. A-06, IDCJ working paper series ;, no. A-06.
      ContributionsUeno, Hiroshi, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB3633.A3 M47
      The Physical Object
      Pagination37 p. :
      Number of Pages37
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4224301M
      LC Control Number80504230

        amy. Madurai Institute of Social Sciences Regional Planning & Development. Part I -Concept & Meaning of Region. 3. Ø An area, space, or . population factors into account in the planning process as implicit in the KPA the national and sub-national levels. E/ECA/P8D.5/42 Page 3 10• It was not possible for the secretariat to inform the 4tb session of the a Guide Book on Population and Elementary.

        Cities have been recognized as key drivers toward the successful governance of resources and as the front line in combating climate change. But there is a huge urban-rural inequality in carbon emissions in the making, particularly in rapidly urbanizing developing countries. Thus, the political and economic divide between the Global North and South that historically has shaped . Self in his important book Planning the Urban Region () reviewed attempts in cities in a number of continents to match many large and populous metropolitan areas lack effective and integrated planning and administration (Gunlicks, , Self, ). New systems of sub national regional governance in a number of European nations.

      The Impact of Family Planning on Primary School Enrollment in Sub-National Areas Within 25 African Countries This paper aims to gain understanding on how the availability and use of family planning services in African countries influences the family planning situation of households and, through this, the educational participation of young children. parity, or as they have additional children. 1 However, although there is an overall trend in the African countries studied toward increased desires to stop having additional children, parents in the sub-Saharan region tended to be slower to reach the point of desiring to stop. To fully understand trends, it is important to incorporate varying fertility desires and other factors into models of.


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