Christian Monasticism in Egypt to the Close of the Fourth

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Every aspect of daily life revolves around cattle and crops, which set the economic standard among the Mursi. Further, given that measurements of the informal economy are still in their infancy, it seems premature to assert that the low productivity of informal workers (even those without formal education credentials) constitutes the chief impediment preventing them from moving into formal-sector jobs.

Pages: 164

Publisher: Andesite Press (August 9, 2015)

ISBN: 1297603850

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