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Patterns of uneven development: Causes and consequences in Zambia

Bates, Robert H. (1974) Patterns of uneven development: Causes and consequences in Zambia. Monograph Series in World Affairs, 11.3. University of Denver , Denver, CO.

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Concentrating on the pattern of private investments in Zambia and the allocation of public expenditures by the government, this paper seeks to reveal why fewer investments have been made by private investors in the rural areas than in town, and attempts to explain why the public authorities have failed to counteract the tendency for capital to concentrate in the urban sector. (Monograph no. 3 in vol. 11 of the Monograph Series in World Affairs. University of Denver.)

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EditorSzyliowicz, Joseph S.Szyliowicz-J-SUNSPECIFIED
EditorBlair, Dorothea W.Blair-D-WUNSPECIFIED
Alternate Title:The Policy Origins of Migration in Zambia
Additional Information:© 1974 University of Denver. Formerly SSWP 29.
Series Name:Monograph Series in World Affairs
Issue or Number:11.3
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Deposited By: Jacquelyn Bussone
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