RDS, Vol. 2, Winter 1995/96, UNCRD
Regional Development Studies (RDS) is an international, multidisciplinary, refereed journal pubishing original research in urban regional development. The aim of RDS is to stimulate discussion on current issues, concepts, and problems of regional development with the objectives of disseminating well-developed regional development ideas and case studeis among researchers to help them keep abreast of current research.
The editorial note of this issue is available for download.

Contents of RDS, Vol. 2, Winter 1995/96

Editor's Note*

[Regional Economic Development]
Momtaz Uddin Ahmed
Development of Rural Nonfarm Activities: A Dynamic Approach to Poverty Alleviation in Rual Asia

K. N. Ninan
Agricultural Growth, Institutional Intervention, and Rural Poverty Trends: Their Linkages in the Context of Structural Adjustment and Economic Liberalization in India

Liqun Jia and Clem A. Tisdell
Resource Transfers and Trade within China: Economic Efficiency and Regional Inequality Consequences

Wang De
Agricultural Growth, Institutional Intervention, and Rural Poverty Trends: Their Linkages in the Context of Structural Adjustment and Economic Liberalization in India

[Environmental Management]
Kang Yang Suk
The Value of the Natural Environment and Public Facility Construction Costs

Antonio L. Fernandez
Industrialization and Environmentally-Sound Regional Development: Leyte Industrial Development Estate Case Study (1977-91)

[Women in Development]
Anoja Wickramasinghe
State Intervention, Women in Development, and Social Changes in Sri Lanka

[International Development]
Asfaw Kumssa and Haider Ali Khan
Foreign Aid and the Fiscal Behaviour of the Recipient Government: The Case of Kenya

[Gaming Similation]
Hidehiko Kanegae and Toshiyuki Kaneda
A Gaming Simulation Model for Training in Sustainable Development Planning: The Basic Concept of PANGAEA

*Only the editorial note is available for download.

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