Division of labour, Microeconomics

Division of labour:

Division of labour involves dividing a production process into a number of smaller tasks for each task to be undertaken by a different worker. It may also be referred to as specialization because each worker specializes in doing only one task thereby producing a part of the product as against producing the whole product. Division of labour may be applied in all aspects of production including agriculture, manufacturing, etc.

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