Self-employment Through Entrepreneurship Development
Employment of the employable manpower,an unavoidable gole of development policy,is best attained by a positive employment policy which involves matching of demographic trends and skill evolution with industrial and technological growth.The present work examines the changing role of self-employment in the national employment markets,dierctly wlth the help of statistics generated by National Sample Survey Organisation and Decennial Census of Degree Holders and Technical Personnel ,and indirectly from National Accounts Statistics.The book also focuses on direct component of employment policy, It lays bare the theoretical limits and empirical reality of self-emplyment opportunites generated by special self-employment programmes.
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