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organization of work in rural and urban labor markets

by Horan, Patrick M.

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Published by Westview Press in Boulder .
Written in

  • Southern States.
    • Subjects:
    • Labor supply -- Southern States.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPatrick M. Horan, Charles M. Tolbert II.
      SeriesRural studies series of the Rural Sociological Society
      ContributionsTolbert, Charles M.
      LC ClassificationsHD5725.S85 H67 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 176 p. :
      Number of Pages176
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2867579M
      ISBN 100813300908
      LC Control Number84042964

        “Fluid labor markets provide more opportunities for people to ‘find the right job’ and move up the ladder,” he said. studied income mobility in urban and rural regions across the Author: Joseph Coombs.   To assess the validity of this explanation, we compare the rural-urban wage gap in India with the wage gap in two other large developing countries — China and Indonesia (see chart). We focus on workers with less than primary education to avoid the confounding effects of differences in the returns to education in rural and urban labor : Kaivan Munshi.

      In the past few years, China has seen millions of rural workers migrating to cities seeking employment. Numbers reached million in – a figure that is expected to rise progressively in the foreseeable future. This switch has exposed the troubles farmers are facing in making the shift to urban labor markets. Unemployment, wage levels, professional careers, the qualification of the manpower supply, and the structure of working places differ clearly between urban and rural labor markets. The task of an applied labor market geography is to highlight the relationship between the characteristics of the labor market on the one hand and the geographic.

      Downloadable (with restrictions)! Abstract The paper examines the wage differentials and returns to human capital of migrant and non-migrant workers in the urban labour markets in India. Using unit-level data from the Employment, Unemployment and Migration Survey (–), the regression analysis examines the effect of various factors particularly human capital and years since migration Author: M. Imran Khan. Tao, Ran and Liu, Mingxing Urban and Rural Household Taxation in China. Measurement, Comparison and Policy l of the Asia Pacific Economy, Vol Cited by:

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