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Spatial analysis for regional development


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Dennis A. Rondinelli

NRTS-9/UNUP-166

RESOURCE SYSTEMS THEORY AND METHODOLOGY SERIES, NO. 2

A Case Study in the Bicol River Basin of the Philippines

THE UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY

RESOURCE SYSTEMS THEORY AND METHODOLOGY SERIES

Series Editors
Professor Josť I.D.R. Furtado (University of Malaya)
Dr. Terry B. Grandstaff (United States Agency for International Development)
Dr. Kenneth Ruddle (National Museum of Ethnology, Japan)

Dennis A. Rondinelli is Director of the Graduate Planning Program of The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York.

© The United Nations University, 1980
NRTS-9/UNUP-166
ISBN 92-808-0166-X

This report was published within the framework of the United Nations University's Programme on the Use and Management of Natural Resources. The views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily those of the United Nations University.

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Contents


Acknowledgements

Introduction

1. Marginal resources and regional development

2. Spatial dimensions of regional resource development

3. Background and concept of the "urban functions in rural development" projects

4. Selection of the Bicol river basin

5. Principles of organization and methodology selection

6. Analytical methods and planning procedures

7. Conclusions and implications

References

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