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Papers documenting Gerard Ward's research.
Ward, Ralph Gerard
Papers documenting Gerard Ward's research.
Ward, Ralph Gerard
Institute of Applied Social and Economic Research, Boroko, Papua New Guinea/ IASER Monograph 6, 13, 28, 29; Economics Division Working Papers: South Pacific92/1, 92/4, 92/6,92/7, 93/1, 93/2; `Pacific Studies ' published by the Institute for Polynesian Studies, Brigham-Young University-Hawaii, Vol 23, No. 1/2 - Mar-Jun 2000, Vol 23, No. 3/4 - Sept/Dec 2000, vol 25, No 4- Dec 2002; `TaimLain - A Journal of Contemporary Melanesian Stuides' Vol 1 No. 1, 1993, Vol 2 No. 1, 1994
Number 24 - `Fertility change in Papua New Guinea during the late 1960s: Evidence from the 1966 and 1971 censuses' by Thomas M McDevitt, Apr 1979; Number 25 - `Rural-urban relationships in Papua New Guinea: case material from the Gulf Province on net flows' by Louise Morauta and Morauta Hasu, Aug 1979; Number 32 - `Infant mortality decline in the post-war period: A further application of Feeney's method to Papua New Guinea data' by Thomas McDevitt, Aug 1980; Number 38 - `Child survival, fertlity and population policy: Implications of an analysis of provincial-level 1971 census data' by Thomas McDevitt, Jun 1981
Institute of Applied Social and Economic Research, Boroko, Papua New Guinea/ IASER Discussion Paper. `The Post Courier debate on population and family planning' by Ikky Suu, 1972; Number 3 - `the 1974/75 Rural survey: A study of outmigration from fourteen villages in teh East Sepik Province' by Richard Curtain, August 1976; Number 6 - `The growth of Goroka: Towards an interpretation of the past and a warning for the future' by Ronald Skeldon, Nov 1976; Number 10 - `Family planning in the Goroka area of the Eastern Highlands' by Ronald Skeldon, Feb 1977; Number 11 - `Internal migration in Papua New Guinea: A statistical description' by Ronald Skeldon, May 1977; Number 16 - `Urban Growth and unemployment in Papua New Guinea' by John D Conroy, Dec 1977; Number 17 - `Evolving patterns of population movement in Papua New Guinea with reference to policy implication' by Ronald Skeldon, Jan 1978; Number 21 - `Recent urban growth in Papua New Guinea' by Ronald Skeldon, June 1978;
The Australian National University Development Studies Centre. Atoll Economy: Social Change in Kiribati and Tuvalu. R.G. Ward was the Chairman. No. 1 - `Islands on the line: Team report', 1982; No. 2 - `Tabiteuea North' by W H Geddes, 1983; No.3 `Butaritari' by Betsy Sewell, 1983; No. 5 - `Abemama' by Ray Watters and Kabiritaake Banibati, 1984; No. 6 `Nanumea' by Anne Chambers, 1984.
Centre for Resorce and Environmental Studies, The Australian National University, UNESCO/UNEP Papua New Guinea Human Ecology Programme: Lae and its Hinterland. Report No.1 - `From Kaukau to Coke: A study of rural and urban food habits in Papua New Guinea' by D J Jeffries, 1978; Report No. 2 - `Chimbu people under pressure: The social impact of urbanisation' by K J Dalton, 1979; Report No. 3 - `Changing consumer behaviour in Papua New Guinea: Its socieal and ecological implications' by Marion Christie, 1980; Report No. 4 - `Energy for Development: The energy policy papers of the Lae project', by Ken Newcombe with Kaye Bowman, Marion Christie and James Pokris.
Number 27 - `Population mobility and development: Southeast Asia and the Pacific' editors G W Jones and H V Richter, 1981; Number 28 - `Agriculture and population pressure in Sikka, Isle of Flores. A contribution to the study of the stability of agricultural systems in the wet and dry tropics' by Joachim K Metzner, 1982; Number 29 - Demographic impact on socio-economic development. The Malaysian experience' by Cheong Kee Cheok and Lim Lim Lean, 1982; Number 30 - `Population resettlement programs in Southeast Asia' editors GW Jones and H V Richter, 1982; Number 31 - `Tourism and underdevelopment in Fiji' by Stephen G Britton, 1983; Number 33 - `Women in the urban and industrial workforce - Southeast and East Asia' editor Gavin W Jones, 1984.
The Australian National University Development Studies Centre Monograph. Number 18 - `Indonesia and Australia: The politics of aid and devlopment since 1966' by Philip J. Eldridge, 1979; Number 19 - `Corned beef and tapioca: A report on the food distribution systems in Tonga' by Epeli Hau'ofa, 1979; Number 20 - `Prestige and profit - the development of entrepreneurial abilities in Taiwan, 1880-1972' by Manfred Steinhoff, 1980; Number 21- `The political economy of political development: A case study of regional development in the Philippines before martial law' by Mohd A Nawawi, 1980; Number 22 - `Food in Fiji: The produce and processed food distribution systems', by Michael W.P. Baxter, 1980; Number 23 - `The island states of the Pacific and Indian Oceans: Anatomy of development' editor R T Shand, 1980; Number 24 - `Rural-born Fijians and Indo-Fijians living in Suva. A study of movements and linkages', by Shashikant Nair, 1980; Number 25 - `Food distribution in the New Hebrides' by T G McGee, R G Ward a
Number 9 - `Micro-macro links in planning' by P.B. Krishnaswamy, 1977; `Appetite for education in contemporary Asia' editor Kenneth Orr, 1977; Number 11 - `The adaptation of traditional agriculture: Socioeconomic problems of urbanization' editor E K Fisk, 1978; Number 12 - `Taim bilong mani: the evolution of agriculture in a Solomon Island society' by John Connell, 1978; Number 13 - `Practice without policy: Genesis of local government in Papua New Guinea', by D.M. Fenbury, 1978; Number 14 - Customs of respect: The traditional basis of Fijian communal politics' by John Nation, 1978; Number 15 - `Agricultural project design and evaluation on an island community' by Alan Bollard, 1979; Number 16 - `International aid: Some political, administrative and technical realities' editors R. T. Shand and H.V. Richter, 1979; Number 17 - `Forestry in national development: Production systems, conservation, foreign trade and aid' editors K.R. Shepherd and H.V. Richter.
The Australian National University Development Studies Centre Monograph. Number 1 - `Labour and the law in Papua New Guinea', by D.W.Smith, 1975; Number 2 - `The role of the Papua New Guinea defence force' by Paul Mench, 1975; Number 3 - `Education, employment and migration in Papua New Guinea', by J.D. Conroy, 1976; Number 4 - `Chimbu: Issues in development' by Diana Howlett, R. Hide, Elspeth Young, J Arba, H Bi and B. Kaman, 1976; Number 5 - `Professional structure in South East Asia', Editor T.H. Silcock, 1977; Number 6 - `Education and nation-building in plural societies; The West Malaysian experience', by Chai Hon-Chan, 1977; Number 7 - `Bougainville in transition' by T.K. Moulik, 1977; Number 8 - `Man and environment in Eastern Timor' by Joachim K Metzner, 1977.