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Asian Urbanization in the New Millennium: Processes and Projections for 19 Countries

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ISBN 10: 9812103457 / ISBN 13: 9789812103451
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Title: Asian Urbanization in the New Millennium: ...

Publisher: Stone Bridge Press

Binding: Hardcover

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This book brings together a concise statement of the process of urbanisation in 19 Asian countries, from Pakistan through Japan. It will present data on urbanisation for the past half century, with projections for the next quarter century. Each chapter is written by a recognised scholar on Asian urban and population dynamics. Since the book will provide a basic set of comparable data for all countries, and reflections on both the benefits and problems of urbanisation written by some of the region's best analysts, the editors believe it will be of wide interest to scholars and urban administrators throughout the region. It will also provide the basic statement on Asian urbanisation that will be relevant and in demand for the near future. The book is sponsored by the Asian Urban Information Center of Kobe (AUICK), which has sponsored comparative research and training on Asian urban issues since 1989.

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Professor Ness has played a crucial role in establishing Michigan as a major centre of Southeast Asian studies. He directed the Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies for three years and later co-founded the Southeast Asia Business Program. Professor Ness also has played an important role in the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), the premier learned society dealing with Asia. He helped organise the Southeast Asia Committee and served on the AAS Board of Directors. Dr Prem Talwar is Professor, National Institute of Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi. Dr Gayl D Ness is Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Michigan.

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