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Levels of Development and Migration

Levels of Development and Migration K Sita K Seeta Prabhu VIDWANS (Discussion EPW, June 3) in his comments has raised a number of queries regarding the analysis and conclusions of our paper (EPW, January 7). Some of the points made by him are as follows:

Levels of Development and Migration-Case of South Konkan

South Konkan, a traditional area oj out-migration and low econometric development exhibits considerable intra- regional variations which deserve a closer study. This paper attempts to identify intra-regional variations in develop ment and the major areas of out-migration, and explores the relationship between the levels of development and migration.

Transition of a Colonial City

relationship is maintained. On crossing the second stage organisations gradually mature into the last stage wherein the relationship is based on mutual trust, acceptance and support. Predictably, all the six cases have moved away from the first stage, although Ventures Ltd is still struggling between the first two stages. TISCO has reached the last stage.
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