At the same time basic assumptions of labor supply also conveys that it depends to a great extent over demand, requirement of employees for the supply of labor and development of workforce. The main argument that she has developed through her research is that this general rule is not applicable in case of those Bangladeshi women who are working in the clothing industries of London. Most of the women work from their home sewing garments on contractual basis and finally supplying those to factories. In this way it cannot be said that development of any active workforce is occurring and at the same time the balance between labor and leisure that is one of the most important assumptions of the labor theories, is violated.
At the same time Kabeer, through her research paper has also argued that supply of women labor to the London garment industry is in strict contrast with the labor supply of their male counterparts. At the same time through such analysis Kabeer has also produced a touching socio-economic structure of the existing society and how the women despite their earnest intention to emerge as an integral part of the mainstream labor force fail to accomplish their objective. In her research paper Kabeer has not only reflected over the socio economic structure only from theoretical perspective but at the same time she, through interviewing several women belonging to such condition, has came up with the picture of an actual condition and at the same time she has argued that how such condition of the women and supply of labor force actually deviates from the universal appeal of the labor supply. There are several such instances that come up through interview of these women that though are eager to work as mainstream work force but at the same time most of the cases either prevention from their family members or from the traditional Bengali society mentality that prevented them from participating in working at the garment industries just like their male counterparts. As they are working from home on a contractual basis the basic assumption of labor and leisure is deviated and at the same time the kind of wage they were actually required to earn in exchange of their labor for accomplishment of the contractual job. All such aspects are completely in contrast with the general principles of the labor supply economic theory and at the same time the universality of approach is also broken. The main approach of the paper would be to show how the universality of approach of labor supply can be maintained or not and what are the factors that takes important steps to change socio-economic condition of the Bengali women in the society.
It becomes clear from such observation that a clear difference of gendered biasness is responsible for breaking the harmonious cycle of universal labor supply chain. In this context it is important for us to understand that how a gender is created. An attempt to understand the production of gendered subjects in the society, at the first place it is needed that we focus over basic structure of the society since the very inception of the human civilization. Among several attempts the Marxist evolutionary archetype declares that "early human societies were presumed to have been egalitarian, and factors of inequality were introduced in conjunction with the emergence of private property." (Ortner, 1996, p. 174) Thus, according to such observation since the time human beings were