Comparative Regional Experiences in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Kerala
“This book is a very significant contribution to our understanding of the different strategies and options available to developing regions in supporting the growth of high technology based industries and making them competitive globally.” – Prof. Alice H. Amsden, Barton L. Weller Professor of Political Economy, MIT
Making Place for Rural Development
Combining comparative and ethnographic approaches, this book represents a renewed interest in grassroots approaches to poverty alleviation, showing how local communities work toward ensuring the viability of their livelihood options. A valuable addition to collections in geography, sociology, anthropology, rural studies, development studies, gender studies, and regional studies of India.
This is a book written from and with twenty-first century realities, making it a significant addition to the continuing and urgent search for solutions to the continent’s development dilemma. It is therefore critical reading and research material for many stakeholders including students, professors, universities and research libraries on the one hand, and higher education ministries in Africa on the other.
The Future of the Internet, Volume 3
This volume showcases the responses of technology stakeholders and critics who were asked to assess scenarios about the future social, political, and economic impact of the Internet. This book is critical for those in communication and Internet studies.