Petrus (Piet) Hendricus Johannes Jacobus Terhal

1935 –
economy, development planning, rural public works, dairy production
South Asia

Curriculum vitae

studied rural development in India
1971-1996assistant professor of development planning, Erasmus University Rotterdam
1988PhD under the supervision of J. Sperna Weiland and J.Waardenburg, Erasmus University Rotterdam
1996-2008chairman of OIKOS (Oecumenisch Instituut voor Kerk en Ontwikkelingssamenwerking)

Selected publications

Terhal’s publications on general works on development planning are not included.
1971 & H.M.G. van Emmerik-van Levelt en J.A. de Vries, “Pakistan, Bangla Desh.” Kosmoschrift 9, 16 p.
1975 Some aspects of rural public works in underdeveloped countries: a literature survey, Rotterdam (Discussion paper 26).
1981 The effects of reduced military expenditures in the context of a closed macro-economic growth model: the case of India 1950-1972, Rotterdam: Erasmus University, Centre for Development Planning, 47 p. (Discussion paper / Centre for development planning 58).
“Guns or grain: macro-economic costs of Indian defence, 1960-70.” EPW 16,4: 1995-2004.
1982 Preliminary estimate of foreign exchange use of the Indian military 1950-1972, Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam, [51] p. (Discussion paper / Centre for Development Planning 63).
1983 “Foreign exchange costs of the Indian military 1950-1972.” Journal of Peace Research 19,3: 251-159.
1986 Dairy aid and dependency: the case of operation flood, [The Hague]: Institute of Social Studies: IDPAD, 40 p. (Working Paper / Institute of Social Studies $ Series on Dairy Aid and Development 13). – Paper prepared in context of Research Project on Operation Flood : Origins and Impact, executed with IDPAD support by the Institute of Social Studies in collaboration with the Centre for Development Planning, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, and the Kosambi Research Institute for Scientific Investigations into Society, New Delhi.
Review of: Zuivelhulp aan India. Internationale spectator 40,9: 553.
Et al., Operation flood as a food strategy: socio-economic implications and issues for research, The Hague.
1987 “The optimal management of milk grid system.” In: Dilip Shah (ed.), Milk pricing and marketing practices of cooperative dairy industry in Gujarat: papers and proceedings of the UGC sponsored regional seminar held on 4-5 February 1984 at the Mahatma Gandhi Department of Rural Studies, South Gujarat University, Surat , Pune, pp. 166-179.
1988 World inequality and evolutionary convergence: a confrontation of the convergence theory of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin with dualistic integration, Delft: Eburon, 332 p. – PhD thesis Erasmus University Rotterdam.
1991 & M. Doornbos and Liana Gertsch, “Dairy aid and development: current trends and long-term implications of the Indian case.” In: Edward Clay and Olav Stokke (eds), Food aid reconsidered: assessing the impact on Third World countries, London [etc.]: Cass, pp. 117-142.
1993 & M.R. Doornbos, The limits of independent policy research: analysing the EEC-India dairy aid nexus, New Dehli: Indian Council of Social Science Research, The Hague : Netherlands Organisation for International Cooperation in Higher Education, 15, 5p. (Occasional papers and reprints / Indo-Dutch Programme on Alternatives in Development 1993: 3). – An earlier version of this paper was presented at the International Conference on ‘The Role of Social Science in Conflict Resolution’ organized by the Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Helsinki, 9-13 January 1993.
Sustainable development and cultural change: a comment on Kadekodi, Rotterdam.
1994 & Indira Hirway, Towards employment guarantee in India: Indian and international experiences in rural public works programmes, New Delhi [etc.]: Sage Publications, 283 p. (Indo-Dutch studies on development alternatives 14).
1995 & J.G. de Vries (eds), Development transformation and state policy: silver jubilee volume, Centre for Development Planning, Erasmus University Rotterdam, New Delhi: Manohar, xi, 413 p.
“Introduction.” In: Ibidem, pp. ix-xi.
“Rural public works and employment huarntee in India.” In: Ibidem, pp. 363-384.