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Traditionally, households in developing economies have remained source(s)of labour to farms and off-farms.Gaps however, have existed on issues associated with gender on supply of labour to units where such labour are needed.This study empirically has estimated Full-time equivalence of supplied labour and their associated incomes in farms and rural off-farm works.The investigation is a treatise that not only exposed factors that influenced labour supplies along gender lines to farms and off-farm jobs but estimated gender differences in incomes earned by households.It is a study that will be of great value to researchers on gender issues, and advocates of workers' welfare, and policy makers in their efforts to curb indolence and harmonize farm and off-farm labour management.
Christopher Ogbonna Emerole, BSc (Ibadan); PGDE (PortHarcourt); MSc (FUT-Owerri) and PhD (Umudike) is a well trained academia that has contributed widely in the field of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Extension, and environmental Socioeconomic.
Presently, he is an Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics.
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