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Some correlates of male participation in the non-agricultural labour force in West Pakistan.
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|Series||Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. Research report series, no. 84, Research report series (Pakistan Institute of Development Economics) ;, no. 84.|
|LC Classifications||HC440.5 .A1I54 no. 84|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||77015136|
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Yusuf  analysed correlttes of male participation in labour force by using data from the Census. Constraints and cultural definitions relating to types of female work were discussed by.
The low rate of women's labour force participation (LFPR) in India is not something new, but the decline of this LFPR is a cause for concern, unless it marks a shift away from labour participation.
"The Influence of Female Education, Labour Force Participation and Age at Marriage on Fertility Behaviour in Bangladesh", Social Biology, (January) Vol. 31, No.
1, "Female Labour Force Status and Fertility Behaviour in Bangladesh: Search for Policy Interventions", Bangladesh Development Studies, Vol. XI, No. 3, March Pakistan Economic Survey Formulation of “National Flood Protection Plan-IV” to protect infrastructure, flood embankments, spurs, flood forecasting & warning system in Pakistan In Balochistan, Sindh, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa an amount of Rs.
billion is expected to be utilized during on construction of medium/small. Economic, social and spatial dimensions of India’s excess child masculinity. (employment rate, proportion of non-agricultural labour force, other religions) or a risk of colinearity.
such as literacy and the male and female labour force participation rate. We note a tangible effect of the share of the labour force in by: Growth Of Non-Agricultural Uses On Arable Land In Punjab (India): A Case Study From The Jalandhar District. Sucha Singh Abstract: Growth of non-agricultural uses is a prominent feature of many areas especially periphery of the urban centers and along the major roads in India.
Some variables were not used because of systematic lack of statistical significance (employment rate, proportion of non-agricultural labour force, other religions) or a risk of colinearity.
The most innovative variable used here to account for sex ratio variations is the household comfort indicator constructed from census data. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. About Us. Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) is a public university, funded by the central Government of India.
It was established by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan as Madrasatul Uloom Musalmanan-e-Hind inwhich later became Mohammedan Anglo. First, the book tries to contribute to filling some of the gaps discussed above by taking stock of the existing evidence on trade and employment with a focus on work using recent methodologies and datasets and on work that pays special attention to the functioning of labour markets.
In countries with poor 'about- force participation rates, such as India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, the family labour pool comprises unemployed women and children.
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Labour force growth is not determined solely by demographic issues, and in fact participation rates (especially female) have been rising continuously. Thus, currently the number of jobs required to absorb the new labour market entrants, and to deal with current unemployment levels is around million.
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Similarly, in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Pakistan, which have a combined population of over billion people, social insurance coverage is .Ejaz, M. Determinants of female labor force participation in Pakistan an empirical analysis of PSLM (–05) micro data. Lahore J. Econ.12, – [Google Scholar] Jamil, K.
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