In this chapter we seek to examine how far the hypotheses set out in Chapter 1 are sustained by the evidence in the case of a particular product group, soap, in a typical low-income developing country, Bangladesh. Our principal interest is the analysis of the demand patterns for the various soap products in Bangladesh, their relationship to the choice of technology and employment, and the policy implications of these relationships.
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- Technology, Employment and Income Distribution: The Soap Industry in Bangladesh
A. K. A. Mubin
David J. C. Forsyth
- Palgrave Macmillan UK
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