Growth and Structure of Tertiary Sector in Developing Economies
Comparing the higher growth rate of the service sector to that of the agricultural and manufacturing sectors, this authoritative study focuses on the issues related to this form of economic development. Identifying the causes of tertiary employment-growth, this discussion examines its catalytic role in providing jobs and alleviating poverty in developing countries.
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Debate on the Growth of Services Sector
Tertiary Sector Employment in Developing
Tertiary SectorDriven Growth in India
GATS Indian Services Sector and Trade
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