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JPD 1988 Vol. XV No. 1-b: Population Pressure and Migration: Implications for Upland Development in the Philippines

This paper is based largely on the integrated summary report entitled “Population Pressure and Migration: Implications for Upland Development,” PIDS Working Paper 86-02. It discusses the role of population pressure and migration in Philippine upland development. It employs three levels of analysis using combined macro and micro data: identification of upland sites using topographic maps and serial photographs, identification of major migration streams and analysis of upland migration from the perspective of micro, village-level information.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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Cruz, Maria Concepcion J.; Goce-Dakila, Cristela; Zosa-Feranil, Imelda; population and family relation; uplands; migration;
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