By Ashok K. Dutt, A.G. Noble, G. Venugopal, S. Subbiah
This ebook is exclusive in that it brings forth the character and features of twenty first century Asian urbanization. It presents a simple framework, really because it pertains to the styles, features and difficulties linked to urbanization. city structural versions are mentioned relating to their applicability and non-applicability. it's of relevance to researchers and scholars operating within the fields of social geography, Asian experiences, city economies, city and nearby making plans and social concerns.
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ASIAN AND AFRICAN WORLD CITIES In general, Asian and African representation among the world’s most populous cities jumped from 8 in 1950, to 11, 14, and 16 in 1960, 1970, and 1980, respectively. By 2000, the number of countries in this group of top 30 was seventeen. According to United Nations projections (United Nations 1995) by 2010, there will be as many as 20 of these Asian and African cities in the top 30. 2 million, respectively) for being consistently the most populous city during the half-decade.
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