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The basic-needs approach to development. Some issues regarding concepts and methodology

ILO pub-WEP pub. Monographic compilation of essays on the basic needs approach to the economic development of developing countries - reviews the main issues and legal aspects of a basic needs strategy, develops a methodology for the identification and quantification of basic needs targets, and deals with the problem of production planning for basic needs, etc. References.

Type: Book
Date issued: 02 June 1980
Reference: 9221018016[ISBN]
Authors: D. P. Ghai; A. R. Khan; E. L. H. Lee; T. Alfthan
Format available: 124 pp.
Prices: 20 Sw. Frs.;€ 13; US$ 14.95
Support medium: Paper

What is a basic needs approach to development all about? by D.P. Ghai On the principles of quantifying and satisfying basic needs by D.P. Ghai and T. Alfthan Some normative aspects of a basic neeeds strategy by E.L.H. Lee Basic needs targets: An illustrative exercise in identification and quantification by A.R. Khan Production planning for basic needs by A.R. Khan 

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