7 edition of Women Workers in Industrialising Asia found in the catalog.
March 18, 2004
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||272|
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Women Workers in Industrialising Asia Costed, Not Valued. Editors: Kaur, A. (Ed This collection contributes to key theoretical debates about women workers in Asia and breaks new ground by focussing on issues that have been little documented in other studies in the area.
Women Workers in Industrialising Asia Book Subtitle Costed, Not. About this book Introduction This collection contributes to key theoretical debates about women workers in Asia and breaks new ground by focussing on issues.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Introduction / Amarjit Kaur --Framing Women Workers in Asia: Gender-Related Socio-Demographic and Developmental Indicators / Ian Metcalfe --Population and population growth --Fertility --Life expectancy --Infant and maternal mortality --Poverty and human development.
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24 No.2 (): "Economic Globalisation, the New International Division of Labour and Women Workers in Southeast Asia'" Dialogue, Vol, 3 ():. The Newly Industrialising Countries (NICs) of Asia are Hong Kong SAR, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan.
They are among the most successful economies in the world since the s, transforming themselves from less developed to developed countries within a relatively short period of 20 to 30 by: 3.A dimension effaced by claims that "womenomics" will encourage women to work is the fact that economic growth in modern Japan has long depended on women's work as cheap and temporary : Janet Hunter.PhD (Columbia University) Contact.
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