TitleBar (745 x 110)
Join our
mailing list


International Conference on
Population and Development in Asia: Critical Issues for a Sustainable Future
20 March - 22 March 2006
Venue:Banthai Beach Resort & Spa, Patong Phuket, Thailand

Asian MetaCentre for Population and Sustainable Development Analysis

Supported by: The Wellcome Trust

Conference Panel on
Population and Development

Panel Organiser: Vipan Prachuabmoh
Asian MetaCentre for Population and Sustainable Development, Singapore;
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand


List of Paper Presentations

Impact of War and Military Service on Transition to Adulthood and Long-Term Socioeconomic Achievement: The Case of Northern Vietnam (Abstract)
Bussawaran Teerawichitchainan
Department of Sociology, University of Washington, USA; and Population Council, Vietnam Country Office, Vietnam

Who and How to Get a Job Faster? Job Access of Migrants in Vietnam (Abstract)

Nguyen Thanh Liem

Institute of Sociology, Vietnam


Population, Poverty and Governance: Understanding the Institutional Linkages among National Population, Health and Poverty Reduction Policies, Programmes and Strategies of Bangladesh (Abstract)

Kazi Maruful Islam

University of Bonn, Germany


Indigenous People, NGOs and the Shifting Trajectory of Development Discourse: The Case of Bangladesh (Abstract)

Md Saiful Islam

National University of Singapore, Singapore


The Dilemma of Development in Vietnam: Experience from the Northern Mountains Region (Abstract)

Nguyen Tran Lam

University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

View other panels on [marriage & development] [ageing & development] [migration & development] [population & sustainable development after tsunami] [population, ethnicity & violent conflicts] [reproductive health] [globalisation of households] [population & development] [migration, development & difference] [skilled diasporas & development]




|Home|About Us|Contact Us|People|Research|Events|Publications|Vacancies|Links|


Copyright 2003 Asian MetaCentre for Population and Sustainable Development Analysis.
All Rights Reserved.
All trademarks mentioned herein belong to their respective owners.
Comments to Webmaster