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|Planning strategies to reduce rural-urban disparities in developing countries, with particular reference to Iran / Ali A. Taghvaee.
|Taghvaee, Ali A. (Ali Akbar)
|Faculty of Architecture and Urban Design
|This thesis asserts that rural-urban disparities and inequalities contribute to over-urbanisation and rural backwardness in developing countries. It also acknowledges that developed countries have minimised rural-urban disparities and inequalities through the provision and expansion of various urban services and facilities in rural areas.
|Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Faculty of Architecture and Urban Design, 1996?
|Rural development projects Iran.
Rural development Iran Case studies.
|Bibliography: leaves 237-254.
xxi, 276 leaves : ill. (some col.), maps ; 30 cm.
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