Employment Growth in Manufacturing: Evidence from Developed Countries
Keywords:Employment, output, wages, manufacturing
The primary purpose of this paper isÂ to provideÂ an evidence on the nature of growth of employmentÂ in manufacturing sectorÂ ofÂ 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 ofÂ employment growth.
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