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Abstract: Transnationalism needs to be understood as a set of practices fashioned through the life course as well as in relation to contextual factors that include state policy and experiences of discrimination that affect entry to the labour force. The paradox of transnationalism is that...
Abstract: This paper examines the new urban poverty in China since the deepening of market‐oriented reform in the 1990s and argues that the institutional process goes beyond recent market‐oriented reforms. Poverty generation is driven by broad economic restructuring and transformation of welfare...
Abstract: Nature conservation efforts are often reactive to encroaching development plans and systematic conservation planning that is integral with development is not only uncommon, but is often fraught with difficulties even where it is actually attempted. Such obstacles to conservation are...
Abstract: This paper is concerned with the interaction between transport improvements and the rural economy. An institutional approach, based primarily on the new institutionalism theory, was used as the theoretical basis for the analysis. Using the evidence from Ambeso Village of Tana Toraja...
Abstract: China's urban land reform is a gradualist process of transforming a planned land allocation system to an open land market system, while the ownership of the land remains under the control of the state. This process defines the relationships between local government and emerging...
Abstract: This paper deals with some major economic issues concerning the Pacific plant kava, known in Fiji as yaqona. The plant is the source of the cerebral depressant beverage found throughout many of the Pacific Islands, which besides its daily use plays an important ceremonial and social...
Ng, Kum Lin (2002) Chinese in Fiji. Suva, Fiji: Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific, 286 pp. Reviewer: Eugene Kumekawa Tertiary Education Commission, Wellington, New Zealand. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Robbins, Joel and Holly Wardlow (eds.) (2005) The Making of...
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