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An exploratory study on low labour force participation of women in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Journal of Social Sciences
Despite gender parity in education favoring female and positive outcomes in female education, about two thirds of the working age women in Sri Lanka do not participate in the labor force and stay at home. This study sought to understand the share distribution and incidence of stay at home women with different levels of education attainment and to identify reasons for non-participation. The analysis was based on quantitative data from the 2014 Labor Force Survey and 2012/13 Household Income anddoi:10.4038/sljss.v41i2.7701 fatcat:nfb5yjkp6jezlnrdzhjciacpsa