RDS, Vol. 1, Winter 1994/95, UNCRD
Regional Development Studies (RDS) is an international, multidisciplinary, refereed journal publishing original research in urban and regional development. RDS is intended to disseminate case studies and the results of research on various aspects of regional development in both developed and developing countries.

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Contents of RDS, Vol. 1, Winter 1994/95

Editor's Note*

[Regional Economic Development]
Adrian Guillermo Aguilar and Francisco Rodriguez
The Dispersal of Urban Growth in Mexico, 1970-90

A. T. M. Nural Amin
Economics of Rural-Urban Relations Reexamined in the Light of Growing Environmental Concerns

Lin Jia-bin
The Evolution of China's Regional Development Policies

Ranjith Samaranayake
Entitlement and Deprivation: An Analysis of Poverty Conductions in Sri Lanka

Celia L. Umali
Balanced Agro-Industrial Development to Strengthen Regional Economies

[Urban Environmental Management]
Samba Mukoko
Strengthening Urban Environmental Management Capabilities in Developing Countries

Masaji Yoshida
Conservation-Based Development of Historic Cities: The Case of the Old City of Sana'a in Yemen

[Development Control and Land and Housing Markets]
Tetsuo Kidokoro
Planning and Development Control Systems of Mega-Cities in Southeastern Asia

Zhao Hui
The Dual-Structured Land Market in Shenzhen City, China

Mieko Hinokidani, An Kyung-Ohn, and Shoji Sumita
Transition of the Chonsei Housing Market in the Republic of Korea

[Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing]
Kam Tin-Seong and Ren Fuhu
Urban Land-Use Information Extraction Using a Spatial-Based Contextural Reclassification Method

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