Urbanisation and National Development: A Probable Case
Rapid, and rising, urbanisation now characterises world development. But this is not a simple condition. While the overall pattern is plain and persistent, its specific features vary considerably.
KeywordsNational Development Urbanisation Level Accelerate Development Urbanise City United States Agency
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