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Stepping up from green revolution to blue economy : a new paradigm for poverty eradication and sustainable development in South Asia

@inproceedings{Manikarachchim2014SteppingUF,
  title={Stepping up from green revolution to blue economy : a new paradigm for poverty eradication and sustainable development in South Asia},
  author={Imali Manikarachchim},
  year={2014}
}
iv-v Table of contents vi-x List of Tables x List of Figures xi-xii List of Abbreviations xiii-xiv Introduction 1-3 I) Background 1-2 II) Objectives 2 III) Methodology 3 IV) Expected outcomes 3 Chapter 1: South Asia poverty status and development strategies........4-14 1.1) Socio economic outlook of South Asia 4-8 1.1.1) Gross Domestic Production per capita (GDP per capita)......4-5 1.1.2) Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI).......6-7 1.1.3) Poverty headcount ratio at $1.25 a day… 
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