Development Along the East Coast Road, Tamil Nadu, India

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University of Amsterdam | Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences Urban Studies | Bachelor Thesis | 2009- 2010

Opportunities divided

Development along the East Coast Road in Tamil Nadu, India

Kaj Beetstra

Opportunities divided
Development along the East Coast Road in Tamil Nadu, India

University of Amsterdam | Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences Urban Studies (In Dutch: ‘Planologie) | Bachelor Thesis
Date: 11 May 2010
Student: Kaj Beetstra
Student number: 0515337
Address: Willem Schoutenstraat 55-1
1057DM Amsterdam
Tel.: +31(0)6 4348637
E-Mail: Kaj.Beetstra@student.uva.nl
Supervisor:

Dr. J.M. (Maarten) Bavinck

Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Nieuwe Prinsengracht 130
1018 VZ Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel.:   + 31 20-525 4185
E-mail: j.m.bavinck@uva.nl
Research group: Governance of Inclusive Development

Second supervisor:

Drs. L. de Klerk

Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Nieuwe Prinsengracht 130
1018 VZ Amsterdam
Tel.: +31 20 5254569
E-mail: L.deKlerk@uva.nl

Contents
|List of figures |5 | |List of tables |5 | |List of abbreviations |6 | |Introduction and Acknowledgements |7 | |1. Methodology |8 | |research questions |8 | |Research area |11 | |The Survey |12 | |Categorization of the RRBs |13 | |The sample of the RBBs |16 | |Interviews |18 | |2. The East Coast Road |19 | |2.1 The history of the ECR |20 | |2.2 The present ECR |21 | |2.3 The future ECR |23 | |3. The restaurant and retail businesses. |24 | |3.1 RRBs categorized |25 | |3.2 localization |26 | |3.3 Age...
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