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The Resource Bangladesh, Rajendra Paratian and Raymond Torres, (electronic resource)

Bangladesh, Rajendra Paratian and Raymond Torres, (electronic resource)

Label
Bangladesh
Title
Bangladesh
Statement of responsibility
Rajendra Paratian and Raymond Torres
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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IL#
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Paratian, Rajendra
LC call number
HD5710.75.B3
LC item number
P37 2001
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Torres, Raymond
Series statement
Studies on the social dimensions of globalization
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  • Foreign trade and employment
  • International economic integration
  • Globalization
  • Bangladesh
Label
Bangladesh, Rajendra Paratian and Raymond Torres, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-81) and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I Trends in globalization and social progress 7 -- A. M ain features of trade policies9 -- B. Trade and investment flows 16 -- C. Overview of social developments since trade and -- investment liberalization 24 -- Part II Assessing the social impact of globalization39 -- A. Comparison of labour market developments before -- and after trade liberalization41 -- B. Analysis of the possible links between trade and labour markets45 -- C. Impediments to greater benefits of globalization52 -- Part III Policy issues 57 -- A. Improving the gains from trade59 -- B. Widening access to primary education65 -- C. Poverty-alleviation programmes and the elimination of -- child labour69 -- D. Labour-management relations and labour law72 -- Concluding remarks77 -- Bibliography79 List of figures -- 1 GDP growth rate and inflation 6 -- 2 Exports and imports of goods and services 18 ix -- 3 Exports by main products, 1979/80-96/9720 -- 4 Foreign direct investment in Bangladesh by origin and industry23 -- 5 Composition of the population, 1989 and 1995/9625 -- 6 Employment trends26 -- 7 Status in employment, 1989 and 1995/9632 -- 8 Trends in real wages, 1982/83-96/9735 -- 9 Gini index of income inequality, 1983/84-95/9636 -- 10 Trends in savings and investment, 1988/89-97/98 42 -- 11 Coverage of imports of goods and services, 1979/80-96/9743 -- 12 Impact of trade liberalization on urban-rural inequalities46 -- 13 Diverging trends in real capita income of richest and -- poorest households, 1985/86-95/96 48 -- 14 Government current expenditure, 1989/90-96/9766 -- 15 Resources allocated to primary education, 1990/91-95/96 67 -- 16 Government revenue receipts, 1989/90-96/9771 List of tables -- 1 Import liberalization11 -- 2 Trade and investment of EPZs in Bangladesh, 1991/92-95/9614 -- 3 Direction of exports and imports by country, 1990/91-95/9617 -- 4 Foreign direct investment by major industrial group registered -- with the BOI, 1990/91-97/98 22 -- 5 Unemployment rate by area, sex, age and education, 1989-1995/9627 -- 6 Labour force participation rate by sex and area28 -- 7 Underemployment and hours worked, 1995/9629 -- 8 Child labour characteristics30 -- 9 Education level and literacy rate of the labour force, 1995/9634 -- 10 Incidence of poverty, 1988/89-95/9636 -- 11 Revealed comparative advantage, 1990 and 1995 44 -- 12 The widening gap between agricultural and non-agricultural sectors48 -- 13 Per capita GDP at constant market prices by region49 -- 14 Labour cost per hour in the textile and apparel industries -- by country, 1993 and 199655 -- 15 The Government's educational priorities 56 -- 16 The growth of registered trade unions in Bangladesh, 1971-97 73 List of boxes -- 1 The Grameen model of poverty alleviation 62
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I Trends in globalization and social progress 7 -- A. M ain features of trade policies9 -- B. Trade and investment flows 16 -- C. Overview of social developments since trade and -- investment liberalization 24 -- Part II Assessing the social impact of globalization39 -- A. Comparison of labour market developments before -- and after trade liberalization41 -- B. Analysis of the possible links between trade and labour markets45 -- C. Impediments to greater benefits of globalization52 -- Part III Policy issues 57 -- A. Improving the gains from trade59 -- B. Widening access to primary education65 -- C. Poverty-alleviation programmes and the elimination of -- child labour69 -- D. Labour-management relations and labour law72 -- Concluding remarks77 -- Bibliography79 List of figures -- 1 GDP growth rate and inflation 6 -- 2 Exports and imports of goods and services 18 ix -- 3 Exports by main products, 1979/80-96/9720 -- 4 Foreign direct investment in Bangladesh by origin and industry23 -- 5 Composition of the population, 1989 and 1995/9625 -- 6 Employment trends26 -- 7 Status in employment, 1989 and 1995/9632 -- 8 Trends in real wages, 1982/83-96/9735 -- 9 Gini index of income inequality, 1983/84-95/9636 -- 10 Trends in savings and investment, 1988/89-97/98 42 -- 11 Coverage of imports of goods and services, 1979/80-96/9743 -- 12 Impact of trade liberalization on urban-rural inequalities46 -- 13 Diverging trends in real capita income of richest and -- poorest households, 1985/86-95/96 48 -- 14 Government current expenditure, 1989/90-96/9766 -- 15 Resources allocated to primary education, 1990/91-95/96 67 -- 16 Government revenue receipts, 1989/90-96/9771 List of tables -- 1 Import liberalization11 -- 2 Trade and investment of EPZs in Bangladesh, 1991/92-95/9614 -- 3 Direction of exports and imports by country, 1990/91-95/9617 -- 4 Foreign direct investment by major industrial group registered -- with the BOI, 1990/91-97/98 22 -- 5 Unemployment rate by area, sex, age and education, 1989-1995/9627 -- 6 Labour force participation rate by sex and area28 -- 7 Underemployment and hours worked, 1995/9629 -- 8 Child labour characteristics30 -- 9 Education level and literacy rate of the labour force, 1995/9634 -- 10 Incidence of poverty, 1988/89-95/9636 -- 11 Revealed comparative advantage, 1990 and 1995 44 -- 12 The widening gap between agricultural and non-agricultural sectors48 -- 13 Per capita GDP at constant market prices by region49 -- 14 Labour cost per hour in the textile and apparel industries -- by country, 1993 and 199655 -- 15 The Government's educational priorities 56 -- 16 The growth of registered trade unions in Bangladesh, 1971-97 73 List of boxes -- 1 The Grameen model of poverty alleviation 62
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I Trends in globalization and social progress 7 -- A. M ain features of trade policies9 -- B. Trade and investment flows 16 -- C. Overview of social developments since trade and -- investment liberalization 24 -- Part II Assessing the social impact of globalization39 -- A. Comparison of labour market developments before -- and after trade liberalization41 -- B. Analysis of the possible links between trade and labour markets45 -- C. Impediments to greater benefits of globalization52 -- Part III Policy issues 57 -- A. Improving the gains from trade59 -- B. Widening access to primary education65 -- C. Poverty-alleviation programmes and the elimination of -- child labour69 -- D. Labour-management relations and labour law72 -- Concluding remarks77 -- Bibliography79 List of figures -- 1 GDP growth rate and inflation 6 -- 2 Exports and imports of goods and services 18 ix -- 3 Exports by main products, 1979/80-96/9720 -- 4 Foreign direct investment in Bangladesh by origin and industry23 -- 5 Composition of the population, 1989 and 1995/9625 -- 6 Employment trends26 -- 7 Status in employment, 1989 and 1995/9632 -- 8 Trends in real wages, 1982/83-96/9735 -- 9 Gini index of income inequality, 1983/84-95/9636 -- 10 Trends in savings and investment, 1988/89-97/98 42 -- 11 Coverage of imports of goods and services, 1979/80-96/9743 -- 12 Impact of trade liberalization on urban-rural inequalities46 -- 13 Diverging trends in real capita income of richest and -- poorest households, 1985/86-95/96 48 -- 14 Government current expenditure, 1989/90-96/9766 -- 15 Resources allocated to primary education, 1990/91-95/96 67 -- 16 Government revenue receipts, 1989/90-96/9771 List of tables -- 1 Import liberalization11 -- 2 Trade and investment of EPZs in Bangladesh, 1991/92-95/9614 -- 3 Direction of exports and imports by country, 1990/91-95/9617 -- 4 Foreign direct investment by major industrial group registered -- with the BOI, 1990/91-97/98 22 -- 5 Unemployment rate by area, sex, age and education, 1989-1995/9627 -- 6 Labour force participation rate by sex and area28 -- 7 Underemployment and hours worked, 1995/9629 -- 8 Child labour characteristics30 -- 9 Education level and literacy rate of the labour force, 1995/9634 -- 10 Incidence of poverty, 1988/89-95/9636 -- 11 Revealed comparative advantage, 1990 and 1995 44 -- 12 The widening gap between agricultural and non-agricultural sectors48 -- 13 Per capita GDP at constant market prices by region49 -- 14 Labour cost per hour in the textile and apparel industries -- by country, 1993 and 199655 -- 15 The Government's educational priorities 56 -- 16 The growth of registered trade unions in Bangladesh, 1971-97 73 List of boxes -- 1 The Grameen model of poverty alleviation 62
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000277150
Dimensions
24
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiv, 87 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9789221113911
Lccn
2001372143
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000277150
Label
Bangladesh, Rajendra Paratian and Raymond Torres, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-81) and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I Trends in globalization and social progress 7 -- A. M ain features of trade policies9 -- B. Trade and investment flows 16 -- C. Overview of social developments since trade and -- investment liberalization 24 -- Part II Assessing the social impact of globalization39 -- A. Comparison of labour market developments before -- and after trade liberalization41 -- B. Analysis of the possible links between trade and labour markets45 -- C. Impediments to greater benefits of globalization52 -- Part III Policy issues 57 -- A. Improving the gains from trade59 -- B. Widening access to primary education65 -- C. Poverty-alleviation programmes and the elimination of -- child labour69 -- D. Labour-management relations and labour law72 -- Concluding remarks77 -- Bibliography79 List of figures -- 1 GDP growth rate and inflation 6 -- 2 Exports and imports of goods and services 18 ix -- 3 Exports by main products, 1979/80-96/9720 -- 4 Foreign direct investment in Bangladesh by origin and industry23 -- 5 Composition of the population, 1989 and 1995/9625 -- 6 Employment trends26 -- 7 Status in employment, 1989 and 1995/9632 -- 8 Trends in real wages, 1982/83-96/9735 -- 9 Gini index of income inequality, 1983/84-95/9636 -- 10 Trends in savings and investment, 1988/89-97/98 42 -- 11 Coverage of imports of goods and services, 1979/80-96/9743 -- 12 Impact of trade liberalization on urban-rural inequalities46 -- 13 Diverging trends in real capita income of richest and -- poorest households, 1985/86-95/96 48 -- 14 Government current expenditure, 1989/90-96/9766 -- 15 Resources allocated to primary education, 1990/91-95/96 67 -- 16 Government revenue receipts, 1989/90-96/9771 List of tables -- 1 Import liberalization11 -- 2 Trade and investment of EPZs in Bangladesh, 1991/92-95/9614 -- 3 Direction of exports and imports by country, 1990/91-95/9617 -- 4 Foreign direct investment by major industrial group registered -- with the BOI, 1990/91-97/98 22 -- 5 Unemployment rate by area, sex, age and education, 1989-1995/9627 -- 6 Labour force participation rate by sex and area28 -- 7 Underemployment and hours worked, 1995/9629 -- 8 Child labour characteristics30 -- 9 Education level and literacy rate of the labour force, 1995/9634 -- 10 Incidence of poverty, 1988/89-95/9636 -- 11 Revealed comparative advantage, 1990 and 1995 44 -- 12 The widening gap between agricultural and non-agricultural sectors48 -- 13 Per capita GDP at constant market prices by region49 -- 14 Labour cost per hour in the textile and apparel industries -- by country, 1993 and 199655 -- 15 The Government's educational priorities 56 -- 16 The growth of registered trade unions in Bangladesh, 1971-97 73 List of boxes -- 1 The Grameen model of poverty alleviation 62
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I Trends in globalization and social progress 7 -- A. M ain features of trade policies9 -- B. Trade and investment flows 16 -- C. Overview of social developments since trade and -- investment liberalization 24 -- Part II Assessing the social impact of globalization39 -- A. Comparison of labour market developments before -- and after trade liberalization41 -- B. Analysis of the possible links between trade and labour markets45 -- C. Impediments to greater benefits of globalization52 -- Part III Policy issues 57 -- A. Improving the gains from trade59 -- B. Widening access to primary education65 -- C. Poverty-alleviation programmes and the elimination of -- child labour69 -- D. Labour-management relations and labour law72 -- Concluding remarks77 -- Bibliography79 List of figures -- 1 GDP growth rate and inflation 6 -- 2 Exports and imports of goods and services 18 ix -- 3 Exports by main products, 1979/80-96/9720 -- 4 Foreign direct investment in Bangladesh by origin and industry23 -- 5 Composition of the population, 1989 and 1995/9625 -- 6 Employment trends26 -- 7 Status in employment, 1989 and 1995/9632 -- 8 Trends in real wages, 1982/83-96/9735 -- 9 Gini index of income inequality, 1983/84-95/9636 -- 10 Trends in savings and investment, 1988/89-97/98 42 -- 11 Coverage of imports of goods and services, 1979/80-96/9743 -- 12 Impact of trade liberalization on urban-rural inequalities46 -- 13 Diverging trends in real capita income of richest and -- poorest households, 1985/86-95/96 48 -- 14 Government current expenditure, 1989/90-96/9766 -- 15 Resources allocated to primary education, 1990/91-95/96 67 -- 16 Government revenue receipts, 1989/90-96/9771 List of tables -- 1 Import liberalization11 -- 2 Trade and investment of EPZs in Bangladesh, 1991/92-95/9614 -- 3 Direction of exports and imports by country, 1990/91-95/9617 -- 4 Foreign direct investment by major industrial group registered -- with the BOI, 1990/91-97/98 22 -- 5 Unemployment rate by area, sex, age and education, 1989-1995/9627 -- 6 Labour force participation rate by sex and area28 -- 7 Underemployment and hours worked, 1995/9629 -- 8 Child labour characteristics30 -- 9 Education level and literacy rate of the labour force, 1995/9634 -- 10 Incidence of poverty, 1988/89-95/9636 -- 11 Revealed comparative advantage, 1990 and 1995 44 -- 12 The widening gap between agricultural and non-agricultural sectors48 -- 13 Per capita GDP at constant market prices by region49 -- 14 Labour cost per hour in the textile and apparel industries -- by country, 1993 and 199655 -- 15 The Government's educational priorities 56 -- 16 The growth of registered trade unions in Bangladesh, 1971-97 73 List of boxes -- 1 The Grameen model of poverty alleviation 62
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I Trends in globalization and social progress 7 -- A. M ain features of trade policies9 -- B. Trade and investment flows 16 -- C. Overview of social developments since trade and -- investment liberalization 24 -- Part II Assessing the social impact of globalization39 -- A. Comparison of labour market developments before -- and after trade liberalization41 -- B. Analysis of the possible links between trade and labour markets45 -- C. Impediments to greater benefits of globalization52 -- Part III Policy issues 57 -- A. Improving the gains from trade59 -- B. Widening access to primary education65 -- C. Poverty-alleviation programmes and the elimination of -- child labour69 -- D. Labour-management relations and labour law72 -- Concluding remarks77 -- Bibliography79 List of figures -- 1 GDP growth rate and inflation 6 -- 2 Exports and imports of goods and services 18 ix -- 3 Exports by main products, 1979/80-96/9720 -- 4 Foreign direct investment in Bangladesh by origin and industry23 -- 5 Composition of the population, 1989 and 1995/9625 -- 6 Employment trends26 -- 7 Status in employment, 1989 and 1995/9632 -- 8 Trends in real wages, 1982/83-96/9735 -- 9 Gini index of income inequality, 1983/84-95/9636 -- 10 Trends in savings and investment, 1988/89-97/98 42 -- 11 Coverage of imports of goods and services, 1979/80-96/9743 -- 12 Impact of trade liberalization on urban-rural inequalities46 -- 13 Diverging trends in real capita income of richest and -- poorest households, 1985/86-95/96 48 -- 14 Government current expenditure, 1989/90-96/9766 -- 15 Resources allocated to primary education, 1990/91-95/96 67 -- 16 Government revenue receipts, 1989/90-96/9771 List of tables -- 1 Import liberalization11 -- 2 Trade and investment of EPZs in Bangladesh, 1991/92-95/9614 -- 3 Direction of exports and imports by country, 1990/91-95/9617 -- 4 Foreign direct investment by major industrial group registered -- with the BOI, 1990/91-97/98 22 -- 5 Unemployment rate by area, sex, age and education, 1989-1995/9627 -- 6 Labour force participation rate by sex and area28 -- 7 Underemployment and hours worked, 1995/9629 -- 8 Child labour characteristics30 -- 9 Education level and literacy rate of the labour force, 1995/9634 -- 10 Incidence of poverty, 1988/89-95/9636 -- 11 Revealed comparative advantage, 1990 and 1995 44 -- 12 The widening gap between agricultural and non-agricultural sectors48 -- 13 Per capita GDP at constant market prices by region49 -- 14 Labour cost per hour in the textile and apparel industries -- by country, 1993 and 199655 -- 15 The Government's educational priorities 56 -- 16 The growth of registered trade unions in Bangladesh, 1971-97 73 List of boxes -- 1 The Grameen model of poverty alleviation 62
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000277150
Dimensions
24
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiv, 87 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9789221113911
Lccn
2001372143
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000277150

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