Development Projects and Impoverishment Risks: Resettling Project-Affected People in India
Edited by Hari Mohan Mathur and
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This book looks at the Indian experience of resettlement and the recent recognition of the need for rehabilitation of affected people. It presents evidence of impoverishment, seeks its causes and suggests ways to reduce the risks of impoverishment. It is thus an important contribution to this crucial debate and widens the scope and parameters of the discussion to include humanitarian and pragmatic concerns for people.
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