– Employment generation, with reference to different and competing sectors—rural / urban; agricultural / non-agricultural; organised / unorganised.
– Unemployment and underemployment, in terms of the apprehension that economic reforms lead to loss of employment.
–Casualisation of employment— that is, a belief that reforms lead to increase in the proportion of casual labour.
– Information of employment
–Feminisation of employment.
Unique in the fact that there is no comparable work on the topic, this book provides an excellent organisation of the material and a lucid presentation of the discussion and will be of enormous interest to economists, social scientists, policy makers, scholars and students.