Formalizing the Informal Economy: Womenâ€™s Autonomous Self-Employment in Rural South India
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Keywordsself-employment; informal economy; Womenâ€™s autonomous; rural south India; gender-specific; caste; class; religion; adjusted probit model; age-group; menâ€™s employment; men; gender equality; labour markets; labour markets;
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