Female labour force participation in Sri Lanka with special reference to graduate women
This study is an analysis of the economic activity of women focussing on secondary and university educational development in Sri Lanka. In this study males are compared to females to ascertain levels of labour force participation of females; all women are compared to graduate women to show the effects of education on labour force participation of women. Educational policies prevalent in Sri Lanka have resulted in an expansion of secondary and university education for females. However,...[Show more]
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