2 edition of Regional patterns, disparities and development found in the catalog.
Regional patterns, disparities and development
Ralph Ray Krueger
by Canadian Association of Geographers, Canada Studies Foundation in [Toronto]
Written in English
|Series||Regional patterns series|
|Contributions||Vincent, Colin A., Irving, Robert M., Canadian Association of Geographers., Canada Studies Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||HC120.P6 K78 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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Development: the use of resources to improve the quality of life in a country. Gross Domestic Product (GDP): the total value of goods and services produced in a country in a year Gross National Product (GNI): comprises of GDP together with its income received from other countries e.g.
interest, dividends etc Purchasing Power Parity (PPP): the conversion of a figure such as GDP into US. Regional Disparities in Social Work Development The regional disparity between different regions in China is extremely wide. While the economic advancement in the coastal regions has been phenomenal since the introduction of the open-door economic policy, economic development in many parts of the Middle and Western regions of China remains.
spatial disparities and development policy. As a country develops, economies of scale tend to result in increasing spatial concentration of industry and services. Agglomeration of economic activities widens the income gap between “leading” and “lagging” subregions within a country and creates a disparity in access to basic public services.
Intra-state Disparity: Intrastate disparity refers to disparity within the state. Intra-regional disparities in development can be identified through macro indicators of development, allocation of resources, quality of governance, agrarian structure, income and consumption patterns and estimates of Size: KB.
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This discount cannot be combined with any other discount or promotional offer. Abstract. This article analyses the pattern and trends in inter-district disparities in the levels of development particularly in levels of income, and physical and social infrastructure by using multivariate : Nomita P.
Kumar. Regional disparities are a feature of the world, particularly of low and middle income countries. As Kanbur and Venables () document, within country disparities are high and have been growing in the past quarter century. China is no exception to this global by: Abstract.
The existing literature on convergence in Canada largely ignores the underlying geographical dimensions of regional disparities. By using income measures developed from census micro-data files to analyze patterns of convergence across census divisions, we show that regional disparities are increasingly clustered across the Canadian space-economy along (1) East–West and (2) urban Cited by: 2.
The study assesses the pattern of disparities in socio-economic development at the district level in India applying the Wroclow Taxonomic technique (following Ewusi. Social Indicators Research 3(1.
Regional Economic Development: A Review SEARCH WP01/03 5 van Marrevijk,suggesting that economic development patterns are characterised by strong) spatial concentration at the regional level and that distance and geography do matter in a global Size: KB. Disparity and change.
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The recognized purpose of any development is social investment. But human progress is not an automatic consequence of economic growth.
Regional development disparity is a continuous developmental challenge for Indian policy makers. Recently NITI Aayog published Three Year Action Agenda, to recommend policy changes and programmes for action from to This document highlighted regional development disparity as critical development issue.
Regional Development Disparity. REGIONAL PATTERNS: DISPARITIES AND DEVELOPMENT (Authors: R. Krueger, R. Irving, and C. Vincent); POVERTY POCKETS: A STUDY OF THE LIMESTONE PLAINS OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO (Author: R. Langman); REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NORTHEAST NEW BRUNSWICK (Author: R.
Krueger and John Koegler); SOCIAL CHANGE IN THE ALBERTA FOOTHILLS (Author: Patricia Author: Brian Slack. development and development of different regions or districts within the states or intra-regional development.
Balanced economic development of Indian economy implies economic development of all regions. But in spite of more than 64 years of economic planning, pattern of regional development of Indian economy is far from beingFile Size: KB.
The study assesses the pattern of disparities in socio-economic development at the district level in India applying the Wroclow Taxonomic technique (following Ewusi.
Social Indicators Research 3(1) 75–,and Arief. Social Indicators Research 11(3) –, ) based upon optimal combination of selected socio-economic development by: This makes for an exciting and inspiring reading for geographical economists.
Small countries—in the definition of Felsenstein and Portnov—do not appear to be much different from large countries when it comes to regional disparities."(Jens Suedekum, Journal of Regional Science, Vol. 46 (5), ). REGIONAL DISPARITY The co-existence of relatively developed & economically depressed states and even regions within each state is known as regional Disparity or regional imbalance.
or In general regional disparities or imbalances we meant wide differences in per capita income, literacy rates, availability of health and education services.• Regional distortions and social disparities which developed during the colonial period continue to play an important role in the Indian economy, polity and society.
The Government of India has made concerted efforts to institutionalise the balanced development with its main focus on social distributive justice through planned development.For example, in regional disparity, a case study of Kalahandi district or Vidarbha region might be useful in writing good answers.
Similarly, in the strategies of regional development, many case studies can be found in Yojana magazine that talk about numerous such success stories.