Employment Growth in Manufacturing: Evidence from Developed Countries


  • Jayadevan CM CSU, Australia


Employment, output, wages, manufacturing


The primary purpose of this paper is  to provide  an evidence on the nature of growth of employment  in manufacturing sector  of  11 developed countries over the sixty two-year period 1950-2011. An attempt has also been made to explore the reasons for the observed nature of  employment growth.



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How to Cite

CM, J. (2015). Employment Growth in Manufacturing: Evidence from Developed Countries. Asian Journal of Business and Management, 3(1). Retrieved from https://ajouronline.com/index.php/AJBM/article/view/2128