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Reinforcing Inequalities

Reinforcing Inequalities P R Gopinathan Nair Education and Income Distribution in Asia by P Richards and M Leo- nor; Crom Helm, London, 1981; pp 190;

Socio-Economic Characteristics of Emigrants and Emigrants Households-A Case Study of Two Villages in Kerala

Socio-Economic Characteristics of Emigrants and Emigrants' Households A Case Study of Two Villages in Kerala E T Mathew P R Gopinathan Nair The number of persons from Kerala seeking job opportunities outside of India has been increasing rapidly in recent years. Systematic study is necessary to understand the compulsions underlying this outward movement, the socio-economic background of the emigrants, the job opportunities open to them abroad, the subsequent inflow and use of incomes earned abroad, and the impact of all this on the economy of the state.

Effective Cost of Primary Education in India

The measurement of educational costs is an intricate problem. Since costs are met not only by public agencies, but by private institutions and even households, calculations of costs made solely on the basis of government expenditure will not yield reliable results. There are also drop out and stagnation factors that affect the 'effective cost' per unit of output.

Decline in Birth Rate in Kerala-A Hypothesis about the Inter-Relationship between Demographic Variables

(July) [17] Mencher, J P, 1972, 'Continuity and Change in an Ex-Untouchable Community of South India', "The Untouchables in Contemporary India", ed: Mahar, op
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