Population Growth and Socio-Economic Change. Papers from the second demography seminar, Port Moresby 1970

By: WARD, MARION W.

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Population Growth and Socio-Economic Change. Papers from the second demography seminar, Port Moresby 1970 by WARD, MARION W. (ED.)
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Canberra.: Australian National University.. 1971.. Maps, xiii + 177pp, wrappers. New Guinea Research Bulletin Number 42. The papers included in this volume are: Population developments in the Pacific Islands - Peter Pirie; The future growth of Papua New Guinea's indigenous population - D.J. van de Kaa; Population growth and economic development - G.W. Jones; Population growth and the workforce in Papua New Guines - C. L. Beltz; Population growth and education planning in Papua New Guinea - G.E. Smith; Internal migration and urbanisation in Papua New Guinea - R. Gerard Ward; Population and land in the Gazelle Peninsula - K.J. Granger. .

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