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Although mutation of ras gene is rare in human breast cancer, overexpression of normal c-Ha-ras gene is frequently observed. Using a mouse mammary metastasis model consisting of genetically related mammary tumor sublines with variant metastatic potential, we have previously (i) demonstrated a direct correlation between c-Ha-ras mRNA and protein levels and(More)
In recent years, there has been much interest (See [l, 21, for example) in developing automatic support systems for legal reasoning. In part, the reason for this interest is availability of computers to a large body of people, and development of techniques such as those embodied in expert systems. Also, the law, almost by definition, is meant to be formal,(More)
  • V P Pethe
  • International journal of social economics
  • 1982
Addresses the question of whether Malthus, were he alive today, would support compulsory family planning (a policy generally referred to as "Malthusian"). The neomalthusian position is basically that the race between population growth and development of resources, especially food supply, is highly unequal; poverty and stagnation are the inevitable outcome.(More)
Examines data on employment gathered in 1949-50 by the Gokhale Institute in the course of a program of comprehensive socioeconomic inquiry of the famine tracts of the old Bombay Deccan. It was found that nearly 1/2 of the adult male population was engaged in farm work, with about 1/4 in nonfarm work and the remainder voluntarily or involuntarily(More)
  • V P Pethe
  • Artha vijñāna : journal of the Gokhale…
  • 1992
"In this paper I have proposed a new alternative paradigm on the interrelations between population, poverty and the related concerns [in India]. Its central thesis is that the population problem has also the concomitant social problems [of] unemployment, ill health, [and] crime, [with] (1) poverty as their 'immediate' determinant, (2) such evils as(More)
This study is based on a sample of 1203 families in the city of Sholapur, conducted in 1955 using a cross-section analytical method based on income and family size, in relation to age of head of household. The nature of the life cycle is representational rather than statisitical. Nearly half the household heads were between ages 26-40; 10% were 15-25; and(More)
  • V P Pethe
  • AICC economic review. Indian National Congress…
  • 1961
The main purpose of this article is to present the basic idea that a properly oriented human mind alone is the prime and ultimate mover in the developmental process. The argument is based on the belief that the ultimate roots of Indian society's frigidity and inaction are to be traced not to the socioeconomic structure or political organization, but to the(More)
Investigates whether the levels of income in earnings in cities are correlated with immediately relevant socioeconomic variables and the occupational structure. Data were drawn from city surveys carried out by various agencies, chiefly during 1954-55, in Calcutta, Hyderabad, Kanpur, Poona, Lucknow, Sholapur, Surat, Baroda, Hubli, Cuttack, Chandigarh,(More)
The issue of whether overpopulation is the cause of poverty or vice versa is a sham controversy. Both population explosion and poverty are symptoms of a deeper problem, i.e., the incapacity of the socioeconomic system and the international economic order to put into service modern science and technology for an optimal utilization of this planet's vast(More)