|Statement||Ankur Sarin, Rekha Jain.|
|Series||Working paper -- W.P. no. 2009-02-05|
|Contributions||Jain, Rekha, Prof., Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2009/xxxx (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||2009311530|
“The main reason that violence correlates with low socioeconomic status today is that the elites and the middle class pursue justice with the legal system while the lower classes resort to what scholars of violence call “self-help.” ― Steven Pinker, The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined. Rural to urban migration will increase the man power in urban areas but people who would win in this situation are people who own businesses and industries because labor would be cheap. The lack of job opportunities drives people in rural area to migrate to urban area and it can cause a problem similar to “brain drain” on rural areas. Urban areas are the engines of economic growth as well as locations for complex networks of activities essential to basic human functions of living and working (Mattingly, ). The lure of employment and the perception of improved quality of life in the cities are major socio-economic pull factors (Harris & Todaro, ; World Bank, ). Spatial Variations of Socio-Economic Conditions of the Urban Poor: A study of Two Slums of Khulna City, Bangladesh [Mistry, Arnab Kushal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Spatial Variations of Socio-Economic Conditions of the Urban Poor: A study of Author: Arnab Kushal Mistry.
in urban areas in the various states of India. The present study is undertaken to document the level of child development among school going children of Bangalore’s urban poor and the socio Economic factors having a bearing on the level of child development. The specific objectives of the study are: 1. There are still important socio-economic gradients in the use of some health services. Further research needs to focus on socio-economic differences in the reasons, the outcome and the quality of the provided care. New Zealand Socio Economic Index can be used on routinely collected occupational data. The Socio-Economic Impact of Urbanization Mădălina DOCIU Academy of Economic Studies living in towns and cities as a result of people movement from rural areas to urban areas. Urbanization is widely accepted as a process with several consequences, Urbanization is seen as an effect of the current globalization phenomenon, with social. 6. Ali AM and Toran K (), “Migration, Slums and Urban Squalor- case study of Ghandhinagar Slum” Third International conference on Environment and Health, pp 7. Ankur Sarin and Rekha Jain (), “Effect of Mobiles on Socio-economic Life of Urban Poor”, IIMA-India, W.P. No. File Size: KB.
2 The urban socio-economic context Urban accessibility has for transportation science and urban and regional planning much more significance than just the use of its indicators as internal variables of demand or land use forecasting models. In fact, considering the wider context of urban socio-economy, the accessibility level provided by. THE ROLE OF URBAN PARKS AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: CASE STUDY OF 23 Theoretical and Empirical Researches in Urban Manag ement Number 3(12) / August piece of ground, excluding natural parks, within the City/town and set apart for use of the general public. ing the poor is an important and progressive step in any attempt to sustain growth, develop-ment and socio-economic transformation in Africa, with South Africa as a case study. Introduction The majority of people in African countries live in abject poverty and hunger. About 70% of Africa’s poor are rural dwellers. There are many inter-re-File Size: KB. the effect of socio-economic background on the academic performance of students ABSTRACT This project work was undertaken to survey the influence of socio-economic background in the academic performance of students a case study of some selected secondary schools in Oredo local government area of Edo State.