The utility of a combined periodic service and regulated market system in the development of peasant farming area in Zimbabwe
Spatial planners have made their contribution to development planning within the economic growth paradigm which held’ that growth would most readily result from industrialisation and that rapid industrialisation would most naturally be accommodated in a few metropolitan 'centres from where its benefits would 'spread'. Planning for the objective of economic growth via industrialisation and urbanisation was seen as a central technical function characterised by econometric modelling allied to sophisticated administration. (2.602Mb)
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Additional Citation InformationReynolds, N. (1981). The utility of a combined periodic service and regulated market system in the development of peasant farming area in Zimbabwe ( Working Paper; no.2/81). Harare: University of Zimbabwe, Department of Land Management.
This paper was presented to students and staff at a seminar at the University of Zimbabwe.
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