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Population in South Asia

Naveen Mishra (Author)
Synopsis The South Asian countries are facing an explosion in population growth, lagging way behind other Third World Countries in all aspects of human development. Economic imbalances, poverty and environmental degradation, combined with the absence of peace and security, human rights violations and the varying degrees of development of judicial and democratic institutions in South Asian countries account for the high migration rates. Migration can have positive impacts on both the communities of origin and the communities of destination, providing the former with remittances and the latter with needed human resources. However, it entails the loss of human resources for many countries of origin and may give rise to political, economic or social tensions in countries of destination. This book is a serious attempt to examine the interrelationship between migration and population in the South Asian context. Students researches, teachers, NGOs, besides educationists, planners, demographers and policy-makers will find this work informative and useful.
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Bibliographic information

Title Population in South Asia
Author Naveen Mishra
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Authors Press
Language: English
isbn 8172730667
length 372p.