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Title: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF INFORMAL COMMERCIAL SECTOR (CASE STUDY : MORADABAD)
Authors: Jain, Manoj Kumar
Keywords: ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING
INFORMAL COMMERCIAL SECTOR
URBAN POPULATION
CHAOTIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
Issue Date: 1992
Abstract: The balance of urban populations between the indus-trialised countries and the third world is in the process of most significant changes. Urban population in the' developing countries is now growing twice as fast as those in the industralized countries. They are also growing in number greatly exceeding those of the industriali- zed countries, even during the period of the latter's most rapid growth. Caught in a population spiral caused by a combination of natural increase and rural in-migration the urban areas in developing countries lack both the required developed urban infra-structure and the large amount of capital needed to provide these facilities. The result is all too obvious in proliferating squatter areas, inadequate and. often Chaotic transport systems, the lack of water and sewerage systems, high levels of unemployment and numerous other problems that persist in the cities....
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/6046
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
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