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Distress-Driven Employment and Feminisation of Work in Kasargod District, Kerala

An earlier version of this paper was presented at the 53rd Conference of the Indian Society of Labour Economics held at Udaipur, 17-19
December 2011. I would like to thank the discussant Ritu Dewan and the participants for their comments and suggestions. I am grateful to
Vathsala Narasimhan for her guidance on this research, which was part of my PhD dissertation. Thanks are also due to Santhosh Abraham
for his critical remarks. I am also grateful to an anonymous referee for comments.

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