Statistical handbooks , Humanities

Statistical Handbooks

Statistical handbooks cover information regarding various aspects in numerical form. They are also produced by the Governments of different countries. They are very handy for social scientists and research scholars.

• Handbook of Labour Statistics. Shimla: Labour Bureau, 1991.

• European Historical Statistics: 1950-1975/by B.R. Mitchell . 2nd rev. ed. New York: Facts on File, 1980.

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