Impact of Services Trade Liberalization on Employment and People Movement in South Asia
Services have been a key driver of overall economic growth in South Asia since the 1990s. This paper examines how the growth of services output, trade and investment have affected service sector employment in South Asia and the extent to which countries in this region are proactively undertaking skill development, training, and human resource management policies that are targeted at the service sector.
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- Verma, Rubina, 2008. "The Service Sector Revolution in India: A Quantitative Analysis," Working Paper Series RP2008/72, World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER).
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