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Citation Regional Development Dialogue, Vol. 19, No. 2, Autumn 1998


Regional Development Dialogue, Vol. 19, No. 2, Autumn 1998

Year 1998
Guest Editor
Alila, Patrick O. Director, Institute of Development Studies (IDS), University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya
Guest Editor
Boisier, Sergio Director, Office of Policies and Regional Planning, Latin American and Caribbean Institute for Economic and Social Planning (ILPES), United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UN/ECLAC), Santiago, Chile
Guest Editor
Kim, Won Bae Senior Fellow, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements (KRIHS), Anyang Si, Kyounggi-do, Republic of Korea
Material Type Journal Issue
Pages 240 p.
Relationships Part of

Regional Development Dialogue


p. 7-16 Globalization and Regionalization: Implications for Developing Countries

p. 19-29 Beyond Structural Adjustment and Economic Recovery: Development Prospects and Policy for Africa

p. 32-47 Role of Governance and Civil Society in Africa's Development: A Critical Review

p. 50-64 Role of Regional Development in Closing the Gap between Rural and Urban Areas

p. 69-84 Strengthening Local Social Systems and People's Self-Organizational Capabilities for Local and Regional Development

p. 95-109 Evolution of China's Regional Policy Since the 1980s and Its Future Perspective

p. 112-119 Review of Regional Development Policies and Perspectives for Repilita VII

p. 122-134 Regional Development Policies in the Republic of Korea: Policy Responses to Recent Issues

p. 139-157 Regional Development in Thailand: New Issues/New Responses

p. 171-184 Theories and Metaphors on Terrirotial Development

p. 188-201 Neuquen 2020 and Micro-Regional Planning for the Twenty-First Century

p. 204-218 Globalization and Regional Policies: The Case of Chile's Bío-Bío Region

p. 222-235 Globalization and International Integration: New Strategies of Transborder Regional Development

Subjects AFRICA 01.04.02
ASIA 01.04.04
Abstract Thematic Issue: Rethinking Regional Development: African, Asian, and Latin American Perspectives

Organized into three parts:

Regional Development in Africa
Regional Development in Asia
Regional Development in Latin America 

Control No. RDD 19:2