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close this bookStrategies for Alleviating Poverty in Rural Asia (BIDS, ILO; 1985; 346 pages)
View the documentPreface
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Open this folder and view contentsPART ONE: AN OVERVIEW
Open this folder and view contentsPART TWO: AN ANALYSIS
Open this folder and view contentsPART THREE: COUNTRY CASE STUDIES
Open this folder and view contentsPART FOUR: PROCEEDINGS OF A REGIONAL SEMINAR
View the documentANNEX - List of Participants
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Strategies for Alleviating Poverty in Rural Asia

Edited by
Rizwanul Islam

 

Bangladesh Institute of
Development Studies
Dhaka

International Labour Organisation
Asian Employment Programme (ARTEP)
Bangkok

Copyright © International Labour Organisation 1985

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First published April 1985
ISBN 92-2-103938-2 (Soft cover)
ISBN 92-2-103939-0 (Hardcover)

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