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Internal Migration in A Developing Economy

Kamaljit Singh (Author)
Synopsis Primitive man moved from place to place in search of food. Even today a certain proportion of humanity finds it necessary to migrate. The reasons for migration are various, but the major one is still the search for economic betterment: food, clothing and shelter. The search for a better life impels men to travel varying distances, even to other countries. Kamaljit Singh’s investigation into the phenomenon of migration in all aspects is based on field studies carried out in Punjab during 1986. His analysis of rural-urban, inter-and intra-district, inter-State and international migration covers the linguistic, cultural, educational, demographic, and socio-economic aspects. Many of his findings need to be taken into serious consideration by planners before the situation in the rural areas becomes explosive and rural development turns regressive.
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About the author

Kamaljit Singh

Dr. Kamaljit Singh is on the technical faculty of the Department of the University Grants Commission. His main interests are in the areas of population studies and manpower planning. His academic training includes First Class Honours and M.A. degree in Economics from the Punjabi University and Ph.D. from the Guru Nanak Dev University.

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Bibliographic information

Title Internal Migration in A Developing Economy
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1991
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8185135630
length viii+247p., Figures; Tables; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.