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South Asian cooperation in industry, energy, and technology /
edited by Arif A. Waqif.
imprint
New Delhi ; Newbury Park, Calif. : Sage Publications, 1987.
description
259 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0803995385 (U.S.)
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imprint
New Delhi ; Newbury Park, Calif. : Sage Publications, 1987.
isbn
0803995385 (U.S.)
general note
Papers presented at seminar, 1984, Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad, sponsored by Friedrich Ebert Foundation of West Germany and Delegation of the Commission of the European Communities for South Asia.
catalogue key
4463118
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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'a welcome addition to the literature dealing with concrete and specific proposals for the consideratin of the policy makers for furthering regional cooperation in South Asia.' -- Vikalpa
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Summaries
Main Description
Since 1981 considerable progress has been made to foster the idea of regional cooperation among the seven South Asian nations. This book examines the rationale and feasibility of promoting cooperation in the inter-related sectors of industry, energy, and science and technology. It looks at empirical, policy and analytical dimensions of economic cooperation; outlines regional and a country-specific areas where collaboration is possible over energy resources; and argues in favour of a regional sharing of the fruits of industrial developement.
Main Description
Regional cooperation has become a credible and popular alternative to the "go-it-alone" development strategy. The original essays in this collection examine the efforts of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan) to work together in the areas of industry, energy, and science and technology. The contributors who represent government and academic institutions from within the region, analyze trends in trade, assess energy production and consumption patterns, and discuss regional technological cooperation. The emphasis throughout is on identifying obstacles to cooperation, and on creating practical methods of cooperating in economic development. Perceptive and thoughtful, this work provides valuable insights for students, scholars, and professionals in international affairs, international trade, foreign policy, and Asian affairs.
Table of Contents
Issues and Approaches in Industrial, Energy and Technology Cooperation in South Asia
A Seminar Summary
New Era of Economic Cooperation in South Asia
Economic Cooperation in South Asia
An Overview
Regional Industrial Cooperation
Regional Cooperation for Industrial Development in South Asia
Promotion of Trade and Ecnomic Relations
Obstacles and Possibilities
Regional Import Substitution as a Basis for Industrial Cooperation in South Asia
Cooperation for Industrial Development in South Asia
The Position of Bangladesh
India's Trade and Investment Opportunities in Manufactures With Special Reference to Sri Lanka and Bangladesh
Regional Energy Cooperation
A Perspective on Energy Cooperation in South Asia
Himalayan Resources Development
Is There Hope?
Energy Resources in Nepal
Regional Cooperation in Development of Energy
A Bangladesh Perspective
The Energy Sector in Sri Lanka and Possible Areas for South Asian Cooperation
Regional Science and Technology Cooperation
Scientific and Technological Cooperation between South Asian Countries
Some Issues
Regional Cooperation in Science and Technology
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