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Economic integration in South Asia [electronic resource] / coordinating editor Qazi Kholiquzzaman ; lead authors Muinul Islam, Nitai Chandra Nag ; taskforce members Mahendra P. Lama (India), Dilli Raj Khanal (Nepal), A.R. Kemal (Pakistan) ; research associate Khalad Golam Mortuza.

Author/Creator:
Islam, Muinul.
Publication:
Delhi, India ; Chennai, India ; Chandigarh, India : Longman, 2010.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (1 v.) : ill.
Edition:
1st edition
Series:
Imagine a new South Asia
Imagine a new South Asia
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Subjects:
South Asia -- Economic integration.
South Asia -- Commerce.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
System Details:
text file
Summary:
Economic Integration in South Asia: Issues and Pathways is one of the volumes of the series titled, Imagine a New South Asia, presented by ActionAid International Asia. This volume envisions a new South Asia, free from human deprivation and poverty, where countries will become successful, proud and inclusive societies. This book demonstrates how South Asian countries can learn from the best practices in the region as well as from their failures, and also by trying to emulate the successful strategies of introducing egalitarian education and health systems of East Asia, China and Southeast Asian countries. Rich in analysis and research, this volume seeks an alternative people-centred perspective, and takes into account all those voices that have so long been unheard in policy-making processes through reviews of case studies. Not only will the findings of this volume be useful in conducting campaigns for appropriate policy and mindset changes, but these will also, eventually, make the emergence of a highly integrated South Asia truly possible.
Notes:
Description based on online resource; title from title page (Safari, viewed Nov. 5, 2014).
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Nag, Nitai Chandra.
Kholiquzzaman, Qazi.
Lama, Mahendra P.
Khanal, Dilli Raj.
Kemal, A.R.
Mortuza, Khalad Golam.
ISBN:
81-317-2945-1
OCLC:
895206538