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Rural Indonesia

socio-economic development in a changing environment

by Erik Thorbecke

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Published by Published for the International Fund for Agricultural Development by New York University Press in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Indonesia.
    • Subjects:
    • Rural poor -- Indonesia,
    • Rural development -- Indonesia,
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Indonesia,
    • Indonesia -- Rural conditions

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-354) and index.

      StatementErik Thorbecke and Theodore van der Pluijm ; with a foreword by Idriss Jazairy.
      SeriesIFAD studies in rural poverty ;, no. 3
      ContributionsPluijm, Theodore van der.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC450.P6 T45 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxix, 360 p. :
      Number of Pages360
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1559708M
      ISBN 100814781977, 9290720026
      LC Control Number91040766

        Book Review: The challenges behind Indonesia's agricultural matrix James Erbaugh PhD Candidate at the University of Michigan focusing on land-use, . Urbanization in Indonesia increased tremendously following the country’s rapid development in the s. Since then, Indonesia has been facing high urbanization rate driven by rural-urban migration. In , 15% of Indonesia’s population lived in urban areas. In .

      Rural definition, of, relating to, or characteristic of the country, country life, or country people; rustic: rural tranquillity. See more. She authored numerous scientific articles, focusing mainly on riverine culture and settlement in Kalimantan/Borneo. She has co-authored a book: “Truly Asia: a short explanation of rural and urban life of the Dayaks in Sarawak”. She co-wrote several essays related to .

      Waist circumference, a measure of abdominal obesity, is associated with all-cause mortality in general adult population. However, the link between abdominal obesity with all-cause mortality in the studies of older adults is unclear. This study aims to determine the association between waist circumference and all-cause mortality in older adults in by: 2. The Little Data Book on Financial Inclusion 75 Country data East Asia & Pacific Lower middle income Indonesia Population, age 15+ (millions) GNI per capita ($) 3, East Asia & Pacific Lower middle incomeFile Size: 43KB.


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This book provides a broad, interdisciplinary overview of the major facets of Indonesia's contemporary agricultural and rural development, while exploring the macro and micro factors that account for uneven development patterns.

In assessing the rate and distribution of economic growth within the rural sector of the Indonesian archipelago, the authCited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm: Series Title: Westview special studies in social, political, and economic.

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Drawing on the data and conclusions of thirteen years of IFAD experience in Indonesia, this book also examines the successes and failures of past practical recommendations for future programs.

The authors highlight the need for greater employment opportunities, greater commodity and regional diversification and a special emphasis on poor rural. ADB began operations in the agriculture sector in Indonesia in with two technical assistance (TA) activities – a rural credit survey and provision of advisers to the Ministry of Agriculture.

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In reality, the majority of the nation lives below international poverty lines, living in urban and rural slums, lacking basic sanitation, access to clean water, decent medical care, healthy and nutritious food, education and housing.

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