Religion, Development and Wellbeing in India

Sarah C White, Joseph Devine, S Jha, S Gaines

Research output: Working paper

Original languageEnglish
PublisherReligions and Development Research Programme, University of Birmingham
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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White, S. C., Devine, J., Jha, S., & Gaines, S. (2010). Religion, Development and Wellbeing in India. Religions and Development Research Programme, University of Birmingham.

Religion, Development and Wellbeing in India. / White, Sarah C; Devine, Joseph; Jha, S; Gaines, S.

Religions and Development Research Programme, University of Birmingham, 2010.

Research output: Working paper

White, SC, Devine, J, Jha, S & Gaines, S 2010 'Religion, Development and Wellbeing in India' Religions and Development Research Programme, University of Birmingham.
White SC, Devine J, Jha S, Gaines S. Religion, Development and Wellbeing in India. Religions and Development Research Programme, University of Birmingham. 2010.
White, Sarah C ; Devine, Joseph ; Jha, S ; Gaines, S. / Religion, Development and Wellbeing in India. Religions and Development Research Programme, University of Birmingham, 2010.
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