Bangladesh, selected issues in employment and development
International Labour Organisation, Asian Employment Programme (ARTEP), 1986 - Business & Economics - 297 pages
Selected papers of a seminar to discuss two reports, on economic development of Bangladesh, prepared by the Asian Regional Team for Employment Promotion.
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Trends and Causes
Determinants and Possibilities of Employment Expansion
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abroad acreage activities agricultural average bamboo products BSCIC capital census cent Comilla commodities compared consumption cottage industries crop agriculture crop sector cultivation Dhaka domestic earnings economic employed enterprises estimated expenditure export factors farm female fertiliser figures foreign formal sector gross output groups handloom higher households important Income Elasticity increase indicates informal sector labour inputs investment jute khadi labour absorption labour productivity land leather major male mandays ment migrants Muqtada noted occupation oil pressing output overseas remittances Percentage Distribution period population potential pottery poverty poverty line present proportion ratio raw materials relative reported rice RISP survey Rural Bangladesh rural industry products sample sector labour force self-employed share shows significant skills small scale industries Source Statistics surplus Table Technique textile tion traditional underemployment University of Dhaka urban labour force utilisation value added wage workers World Bank