Roof above the head : Qualitative assessment of rural housing in India
AbstractThis paper is based on a set of village visits carried out by the authors as part of a study on rural housing sponsored by Holcim Limited. The views expressed here are those of the authors. [Working Paper No.101]
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rural housing; economic development; India;
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- Shashanka Bhide & D.B. Gupta & Tarujyoti Buragohain & Shailender Kumar & S.K. Bathla, 2010. "Roof above the head - A qualitative assessment of rural housing in India," Working Papers id:2733, eSocialSciences.
- Bhide, Shashanka & Gupta, D.B. & Tarujyoti Buragohain & D.V. Sethi & Shailender Kumar & S.K. Bathla, 2009. "Roof above the head : A qualitative assessment of rural housing in India," Working Papers 101, National Council of Applied Economic Research.
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