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Twenty-First Century India: population, economy, human development and the environment

Robert Cassen|, Tim Dyson|, Leela Visaria 
Oxford University Press (January 2004, India; March 2004, UK and US)

This book is the culmination of a large research project led by a distinguished team of researchers. It explores the links between population growth and economic development in India, with particular reference to issues of the environment and human development. On present trends, India is set to become the world's largest population, and this book seeks to give a general account of India's future under this expected growth , and derive policy conclusions from analysis of this account. 

  • Robert Cassen is visiting professor at the Department of Social Policy, LSE
  • Tim Dyson is professor of population and development, LSE
  • Leela Visaria is based at the Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi

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