Segmentation of Labour Market: A Case Study of Bombay
These Lectures Are Based On The Author`S Report On The Bombay Labour Market Submitted To The Funding Agency, The World Bank In 1979. The Contents Cover: Theory And Evidence - Wages And Income - Mobility - Policy Implications. 2 Appendices, 17 Tables, Condition Good.
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