5 edition of Development projects and impoverishment risks found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Hari Mohan Mathur and David Marsden.|
|Contributions||Mathur, Hari Mohan., Marsden, David, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||HB1049 .D47 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 296 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||98907626|
Impoverishment became destiny for most development-caused IDPs: families which were in dire poverty even before the “development projects” became poorer. Only a small segment of those. Project-induced displacement and resettlement: from impoverishment risks to an opportunity for development?. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 35(1), pp Website. This paper reports on an investigation of relocation behavior in households affected by development-induced involuntary resettlement (Road Network Improvement and Maintenance Project II, RNIMP-II) in Chittagong–Dohazari area, Bangladesh; the potential influence of resettlement on intensity of impoverishment risks related to rural and urban contexts is by: 5. The impacts of urban "development" on a peasant community in Ethiopia Feleke Tadele Dept. of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Addis Ababa University, - Political Science - pages.
Michael (Mihail) M. Cernea (born ) is a sociologist and anthropologist born in Romania who reestablished himself in the USA in where he has since lived. He is widely recognized for introducing sociological and anthropological approaches into the World worked as the World Bank's Senior Adviser for Sociology and Social Policy until
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Development Projects and Impoverishment Risks is both timely and relevant. The Introduction and Parts I and IV provide excellent discussions on the general issues and policies related to R&R that would be very appropriate in development studies and planning courses (Progress in Development Studies).
Development Projects and Impoverishment Risks: Resettling Project-Affected People in India This book looks at the Indian experience of resettlement and the recent recognition of the need for rehabilitation of affected people. It presents evidence of impoverishment, seeks its causes and suggests ways to reduce the risks of impoverishment.
Get this from a library. Development projects and impoverishment risks: resettling project-affected people in India. [Hari Mohan Mathur; David Marsden;] -- "This book looks at the Indian experience of resettlement and the recent Development projects and impoverishment risks book of the need for better rehabilitation of affected Development projects and impoverishment risks book.
Development Projects and Impoverishment Risks: Resettling Project-Affected People in India. Edited by Hari Mohan Mathur and David Marsden. in OUP Catalogue from Oxford University Press.
Abstract: This book looks at the Indian experience of resettlement and the recent recognition of the need for rehabilitation of affected people. It presents evidence of impoverishment, seeks its causes and suggests ways to reduce Development projects and impoverishment risks book risks of by: The papers in this book illuminate the complex problem of development-induced displacement and impoverishment form many angles.
Some of them offer theoretical models for understanding the whole process and the problems associated with Development projects and impoverishment risks book, including resistance, as Format: Paperback. Development projects & impoverishment risks: resettling project-affected people in India / edited by Hari Mohan Mathur and David Marsden Mathur, Hari Mohan View online Borrow.
Impoverishment Risks, Risk Management, and Reconstruction: A Model for Population Displacement and Resettlement Michael M. Cernea “We must act so that poverty will be alleviated, our environment protected, social justice extended, human rights strengthened.
Social injustice can Development projects and impoverishment risks book economic and political advances.” (James D. Wolfensohn)File Size: KB.
Challenging the Prevailing Paradigm of Displacement and Resettlement analyzes widespread impoverishment outcomes, risks to human rights, and other adverse impacts of displacement; it documents under-compensation of expropriated people, critiques cost externalization on resettlers, and points a laser light on the absence of protective, robust, and binding legal frameworks in the overwhelming majority of developing.
Development Projects and Impoverishment Risks: Resettling Project-Affected People in India, Oxford University Press; also Cernea, M (b), “Risks, Safeguards and Reconstruction: a Model for Population Displacement and Resettlement”, in M Cernea and C McDowell (editors), Risks and Reconstruction: Experiences of Resettlers and Refugees.
Income Restoration and Livelihood Development: Impoverishment Risk or a Development Opportunity. by Amarasena Gamaathige 9. Compensation, Replacement Cost, and Development projects and impoverishment risks book Impoverishment by Biswanath Debnath Development-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: Experiences of the People’s Republic of China and India The data presented is review of online peer-reviewed and grey literature between the years through The risks analyzed through the Impoverishment, Risk and Reconstruction (IRR) model acts as a guide in selecting and understanding the risks of development induced displacement and Resettlement (DIDR) during social vulnerability : Caroline Aboda, Frank Mugagga, Patrick Byakagaba, Goretti Nabanoga.
Development-caused forced displacement and resettlement (DFDR) is a critical problem on the international development agenda.
The frequency of forced displacements is rapidly increasing, the sheer numbers of uprooted and impoverished people reveal fast accelerating trends, whilst government reporting remains poor and by: 6.
The Orissa Resettlement and Rehabilitation of Project- Affected Persons Policy, An Analysis of its Robustness with Reference to Impoverishment Risk Size: KB. Development Projects and Impoverishment Risks: Resettling Project-Affected People in India, Delhi: Oxford U.P.
Cernea, Michael M. (), “The Need for Economic Analysis of Resettlement: A Sociologist’s View.” In Michael M. Cernea (ed.) The Economics of Involuntary Resettlement: Questions and Challenges, Washington, DC: The World Size: KB. Impoverishment Risks and Reconstruction model of Michael Cernea; the Capability Approach of Amartya Sen; Asset Based Community Development and other capitals-based approaches), reflecting on our practical experience in large projects, and on the basis of input and feedbackCited by: The book explores the condition of being 'displaced,' the risks of impoverishment and social disarticulation, the rights and entitlements of those uprooted, and most importantly, how these groups can reconstruct their livelihoods.
It uses a common set of concepts, derived from the impoverishment risks and reconstruction : Paperback. FOREWORD Each year, millions of persons are forcibly displaced by development projects, whether dams, roads, reservoirs or oil, gas and mining projects.
While such projects can bring enormous benefits to society, they also impose costs, which are often borne by. His Impoverishment Risks and Livelihood Reconstruction model, proposed inhas shaped research agendas and progressive policies to resettle populations displaced by development projects.
Email: [email protected] Read the full-text online edition of Understanding Impoverishment: The Consequences of Development-Induced Displacement (). Infrastructure development projects are set to continue into the next century as developing country governments seek to manage population growth, urbanisation & industrialisation.
Social impact and impoverishment risks of the Koga irrigation scheme, Blue Nile basin, Ethiopia changes of landscape and liveli- hood that are accompanying current water development projects. Risks and reconstruction: experiences of resettlers and refugees (English) Abstract.
This report presents the first multi-dimensional comparative analysis of two large groups of the world's displaced populations: resettlers uprooted by development and refugees fleeing military conflicts or natural by: The theoretical framework of Impoverishment Risks (IR) model was proposed by Cernea2), a counteraction of the anticipated and predictable risk factors to work towards double sustainable development (for both the development projects themselves and the socio-economic aspects of the affected people); butFile Size: KB.
The book explores the condition of being 'displaced, ' the risks of impoverishment and social disarticulation, the rights and entitlements of those uprooted, and most importantly, how these groups can reconstruct their livelihoods. It uses a common set of concepts, derived from the impoverishment risks and reconstruction model.
This book assesses the adequacy of conventional compensation and resettlement assistance programs to help policy makers, project sponsors, and project executing agencies improve resettlement planning and implementation programs and assist in reforming resettlement policies and land laws.
Development-induced displacement and resettlement occurs when people are forced to leave their homes and/or land as a result of development. This subset of forced migration has been historically associated with the construction of dams for hydroelectric power and irrigation but is also the result of various development projects such as mining, agriculture, the creation of military installations, airports.
Thangaraj, S. () ‘Addressing Impoverishment Risks: Some Examples from World Bank-assisted Projects’, in Mathur & Marsden (forthcoming). Google Scholar Thangaraj, S. () ‘Impoverishment Risks Analysis: A Methodological Tool for Participatory Resettlement Planning’, in McDowell, pp. –Cited by: 9.
The book explores the condition of being "displaced," the risks of impoverishment and social disarticulation, the rights and entitlements of those uprooted, and most importantly, how these groups can reconstruct their livelihoods.
It uses a common set of concepts, derived from the impoverishment risks and reconstruction model. This article tried to question the viability of the impoverishment risks and reconstruction (IRR) model in assessing all risks development projects like dams brought to affected communities.
It argued that in some cases the model fell short of showing exhaustively all risks communities faced as a result of grand development projects like : Andnet Gizachew. Why have guidelines failed to transform resettlement experiences.
To answer this question, this study employs first-hand experience of resettlement at Manantali (Mali). It presents the most recent formulation of Cernea’s risks and reconstruction model and the World Bank guidelines, and looks at the ability of resettlement programs to address economic and power by: Development-induced Displacement in Romania: The Case of Roşia Montană Mining Project Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Urban and Regional Analysis 4(1) April with Reads.
The World Bank-financed Uganda Transport Sector Development Project (UTSDP) epitomizes the harm created by boomtown risks and impacts and Challenging the Prevailing Paradigm of Displacement and Resettlement book. Risks, Impoverishment, Legacies, Solutions Risks, Impoverishment, Legacies, Solutions.
Edited By Michael M. Cernea, Julie K Author: Elana Berger, Moses Ntenga. Challenging the Prevailing Paradigm of Displacement and Resettlement: Risks, Impoverishment, Legacies, Solutions.
Michael M. Cernea and Julie K. Maldonado, eds. Development-caused forced displacement and resettlement (DFDR) is a critical problem on the international development agenda.
Risk management – a systematic process of identifying, analysing and responding to project risks (PMI ). Risk identification – a process of determining which risks might affect the project and documenting their characteristics (PMI ).
Risk assessment – a process of assessing the impact and likelihood of identified risks (PMI ). Development Projects and Impoverishment Risks: Resettling Project‐Affected People in India (Oxford University Press), Managing Projects that Involve Resettlement: Case Studies from Rajasthan, India (World Bank), Administering Development in the Third World, (SAGE Publications) Anthropology in the Development Process (Vikas).
Impoverishment Risks and Reconstruction: ISED: it becomes possible to starkly reveal the single most important feature underlying population displacement caused by development projects: this feature is the constant presence of ‘impoverishment risks’, and the loss of assets, incomes and livelihoods, including impacts on cultural heritage.
According to Cernea, the key impoverishment risks and components for reconstruction of involuntary resettlers' livelihoods, are: landlessness, joblessness, homelessness, marginalisation, food insecurity, increased morbidity, loss of access to common property resources, and community disarticulation.
Assessing the Social Impact of Development Projects: Experience in India and Other Asian Countries by Hari Mohan Mathur (Editor) avg rating — 0 ratings — published dam projects (Oud and Muir, ). This study explores how the Gwembe Tonga Development Project (GTDP), as a way of mitigating the negative impact of the Gwembe Tonga people who were displaced during the construction of the Kariba dam inhas influenced the Gwembe Tonga people in terms of improving their livelihoods.
When the resettlement part of a development project is treated at least on par with the displacement part, however, impoverishment risks and further project failures can be : Katalina Khoury. The annual displacement by development projects of some ten million people has immense socio-economic and human rights consequences.
Resettlement guidelines formulated by funders, governments and international treaties have achieved only limited success in reversing these negative consequences. This book shows pdf social impact assessment (SIA), which emerged barely five pdf ago, as a way to anticipate and manage potentially negative social impacts of building dams, power stations, urban infrastructure, highways, industries, mining and other development projects, is now widely in use as a planning tool, especially in developed countries.The actual use, in practice and research, download pdf the risks and reconstruction model for resettling displaced populations will certainly test its potential in many ways; it may change and improve it, and hopefully will enrich it further.
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