Emergence of an industrial labour force in a dual economy

British India 1880-1920 by L. Chakravarty

Publisher: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Centre for Development Planning in Rotterdam

Written in English
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  • Labor supply -- India -- History.,
  • Rural-urban migration -- India -- History.,
  • Labor mobility -- India -- History.,
  • Dual economy -- India -- History.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: leaves 66-69.

Statementby L. Chakravarty.
SeriesDiscussion paper / Erasmus University Rotterdam, Centre for Development Planning ;, no. 39, Discussion paper (Erasmus Universiteit. Rotterdam. Centrum voor Ontwikkelingsprogrammering) ;, no. 39.
LC ClassificationsHD8686 .C43 1977
The Physical Object
Pagination23, 69 leaves :
Number of Pages69
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3252824M
LC Control Number83170686

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