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        LC Classifications1969
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 99 p. :
        Number of Pages42
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100131347004
        2Modernization of traditional societies series

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But in Africa and the Middle East no such association is apparent. Workers substitute away from the tradable goods sector The city in newly developing countries into non-tradable.  Which Countries Have the Highest GDP per Capita? The Observer has nearly 1,500 subscribers in OECD countries and nearly 10,000 subscribers in developing countries. the location and importance of the city, regionally, nationally and internationally• The World Bank Research Observer seeks to inform nonspecialist readers about research being undertaken within the Bank and outside the Bank in areas of economics relevant for development policy.

Remi Jedwab receives funding from the World Bank Urbanisation and Transportation Programmes and the SOAR fund and the Institute for International Economic Policy at the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University.

social: access to services — health and education; access to resources — water supply, energy•The Urban Development of Latin America, 1750—1920. To confirm this phenomenon, we look for evidence of a causal link between resource-exports and urbanisation rates. Writing9 is not affiliated, approved or endorsed by the University of Cambridge ESOL, the British Council, and IDP Education Australia.

In many NICs, social upheaval can occur as primarily rural, or agricultural, populations migrate to the cities, where the growth of manufacturing concerns and can draw many thousands of laborers.Studies of the Modern World System. The rapid urbanization in many developing countries over the past half century seems to have been accompanied by excessively high levels of concentration of the urban population in very large cities.