Female labour force participation in India and beyond
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Keywordslabour force participation; women workers; womens empowerment; labour market segmentation; India; South Asia; taux d'activité; travailleuses; autonomisation des femmes; segmentation du marché du travail; Inde; Asie du Sud; tasa de actividad de mano de obra; trabajadoras; potenciación de las mujeres; segmentación del mercado de trabajo; India; Asia del Sur;
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