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Displacement and resettlement in India : the human cost of development / Hari Mohan Mathur.

By: Mathur, Hari Mohan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Routledge contemporary South Asia series ; 69.Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2013Description: xviii, 227 p. ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780415826792 (hbk.); 0415826799 (hbk.).Subject(s): Forced migration -- India | Rural-urban migration -- India | Rural development -- Social aspects -- India | Economic development -- Social aspects -- IndiaDDC classification: 325 MAT 007192 Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Displacement by development 1.Not by dams alone: urban development projects and displacement of slum dwellers 2.Mining coal, undermining people: flawed resettlement leaves displaced people worse off 3.Common development disorders: impoverishment risks from projects that involve displacement pt. 2 The policy response 4.Good intentions are not enough: the World Bank policy on involuntary resettlement 5.Providing a better life for displaced people: national policy guidelines on involuntary resettlement pt. 3 Approaches to resettlement 6.Social impact assessment: an aid to understanding the likely effects of a proposed intervention 7.Making resettlement work: issues in planning and management 8.New livelihoods for old: restoring incomes lost due to involuntary resettlement 9.No end to injustice: gender biases in resettlement planning pt. 4 Resettlement in a globalizing world Contents note continued: 10.Investors in, farmers out: private sector projects and the contentious issue of land acquisition 11.A blow to tribal life: the disastrous impact of globalization pt. 5 The way forward 12.Development for all: ensure that the displaced people have a share in project benefits Appendices Appendix I Definitions of the terms used in this book Appendix II Resettlement in different project types.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 200-224) and index.

Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Displacement by development
1.Not by dams alone: urban development projects and displacement of slum dwellers
2.Mining coal, undermining people: flawed resettlement leaves displaced people worse off
3.Common development disorders: impoverishment risks from projects that involve displacement
pt. 2 The policy response
4.Good intentions are not enough: the World Bank policy on involuntary resettlement
5.Providing a better life for displaced people: national policy guidelines on involuntary resettlement
pt. 3 Approaches to resettlement
6.Social impact assessment: an aid to understanding the likely effects of a proposed intervention
7.Making resettlement work: issues in planning and management
8.New livelihoods for old: restoring incomes lost due to involuntary resettlement
9.No end to injustice: gender biases in resettlement planning
pt. 4 Resettlement in a globalizing world
Contents note continued: 10.Investors in, farmers out: private sector projects and the contentious issue of land acquisition
11.A blow to tribal life: the disastrous impact of globalization
pt. 5 The way forward
12.Development for all: ensure that the displaced people have a share in project benefits
Appendices
Appendix I Definitions of the terms used in this book
Appendix II Resettlement in different project types.

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