Agricultural project design and evaluation in an island community
|Collections||ANU Pacific Institute|
|Title:||Agricultural project design and evaluation in an island community|
|Publisher:||Canberra, ACT : Development Studies Centre, The Australian National University.|
|Series/Report no.:||Development Studies Centre (DSC) Monograph: no. 15|
Government s everywhere are concerned wi h the rapidly changing spatial distribution of their populations, as people move to take advantage of differing opportuniies or are driven out of established occupations or places of residence by changing circumstances. Research into the complex interrelationships between population mobility and development is still in its early stages . Its relevance for policy makers is not always clear. This is partly because the complementary nature of macro and micro research into population mobility is not always understood and partly because research covers such a wide range o f movement. This monograph brings together papers presented to an internatonal conference held at the Australian National University in October 1980 to consider policy issues for development planners arising out of population mobility. The conference brought together senior off cials from developing countries , academics and aid specialists for a discussion of issues in a rapidly changing field.
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