This paper examines the conceptual linkages among output growth, employment growth and poverty, proposes a methodology for decomposing employment growth into output effect and intensity effect, and demonstrates the usefulness of the decomposition analysis by applying it to the recent experience of manufacturing employment in some major Asian countries.
|Title of host publication||Development, Equity and Poverty: Essays in Honour of Azizur Rahman Khan|
|Editors||Lopamudra Banarjee, Anirban Dasgupta, Rizwanul Islam|
|Place of Publication||Delhi|
|Publication status||Published - Sep 2010|
- Labour intensive industrialization
Osmani, S. R. (2010). Accounting for Employment Outcome of Growth: A Methodology and its Application. In L. Banarjee, A. Dasgupta, & R. Islam (Eds.), Development, Equity and Poverty: Essays in Honour of Azizur Rahman Khan (pp. 288-323). Macmillan Publishers. http://uir.ulster.ac.uk/15877/2/indexcodes.txt