Private-Public Cooperation and Technology for Regional Development in Poor Countries

  • Manas Chatterji


Regional science, like all social sciences, is concerned with the study of man and his continuous interaction with, and adaption to his physical environment. However, regional science limits itself to the study of problems for which a spatial or regional focus is central. It concerns research and studies on the structure, function and operations of regions from an economic, social and political point of view.


Gini Coefficient Public Investment Public Enterprise Regional Income Regional Allocation 
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