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Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (New Delhi, India) plans to publish Development Studies (Volume 2) edited by Dr Prasenjit Maiti. You are requested to kindly contribute your original and insightful paper(s) to this multi-volume book series by 30 April 2006 and oblige. Previously published papers can be reprinted along with their earlier publication credits. The decision of the publisher's editorial board with regard to acceptance of papers shall be final.

Please send your paper(s) and brief biography (that should conform to the style of my descriptive CV) in MS Word as e-mail attachments to the publisher Dr KR Gupta at editorial@atlanticbooks.com and inform me about the title(s) of your paper(s) once you have submitted the same. Kindly do not send me any copy of your paper(s) and author biography. Each contributor shall receive a complimentary copy of the book. All publication-related inquiries should be addressed to Dr Gupta.

An executive summary, key words and endnotes shall have to accompany each paper. The paper(s) shall focus on any aspect of human development. The length of paper(s) is not limited. This book series will be of interest to development consultants, social scientists, urban and rural planners, NGO professionals and social development experts. You may visit the publisher's website at www.atlanticbooks.com for any further information. Please circulate my Call for Papers among associates who may be kindly interested to send their valuable submissions for this multi-volume book series. Thank you for your kind cooperation.

Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (New Delhi, India) plans to publish Development Studies (Volume 2) edited by Dr Prasenjit Maiti. You are requested to kindly contribute your original and insightful paper(s) to this multi-volume book series by 30 April 2006 and oblige. Previously published papers can be reprinted along with their earlier publication credits. The decision of the publisher's editorial board with regard to acceptance of papers shall be final.

Please send your paper(s) and brief biography (that should conform to the style of my descriptive CV) in MS Word as e-mail attachments to the publisher Dr KR Gupta at editorial@atlanticbooks.com and inform me about the title(s) of your paper(s) once you have submitted the same. Kindly do not send me any copy of your paper(s) and author biography. Each contributor shall receive a complimentary copy of the book. All publication-related inquiries should be addressed to Dr Gupta.

An executive summary, key words and endnotes shall have to accompany each paper. The paper(s) shall focus on any aspect of human development. The length of paper(s) is not limited. This book series will be of interest to development consultants, social scientists, urban and rural planners, NGO professionals and social development experts. You may visit the publisher's website at www.atlanticbooks.com for any further information. Please circulate my Call for Papers among associates who may be kindly interested to send their valuable submissions for this multi-volume book series. Thank you for your kind cooperation.


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