Economic Participation of Women in Mizoram

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Overview

  • Author :Lalhriatpuii
  • Year of Publication :2010
  • ISBN: :9788180696657
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: XII, 188
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Community Development, Economics, North East Indian Studies, Women Studies

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About the Book :

This book attempts to examine the women participation in labour market and the type of segregation that exists in India, with special reference to Mizoram. Reviewing the status of women in the State under the prevailing demographic, health, economic, educational, social and political situation, it makes an empirical analysis of Female Work Participation with special focus on Female Work Participation Rate (FWPR) and sex ratio, FWPR and literacy, FWPR in organised and unorganised sectors, decision-making as a factor determining FWPR, and attitude of male towards women work. Identifying the factors determining female work participation rate, it makes a comparative study of women economic participation in India as a whole and in the State of Mizoram.


About Author :

Lalhriatpuii is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics, Mizoram University. She is the first Mizo woman to be awarded a Ph.D. in Economics. She has participated in a number of workshops/ conferences. She has written many seminar papers and research reports on gender inequality, family welfare and on the nature and extent of women work participation in India.