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The Indian labour market and economic structural change

Contributor(s): Deshpande, L. K [Editor] | Rodgers, Garry [Editor].
Publisher: Delhi B.R. Publishing Corporation 1994Description: viii, 276 p.ISBN: 8170188040.Subject(s): Labor policy - India | Labor market - IndiaDDC classification: 331.127954 Summary: This volume brings together a number of articles which address several aspects of this theme-aggregate employment level institutional agreements, technology and labour, policy issues in economic reforms, etc. How do economic reform and adjustment directly affect the labour market? What sort of complementary policies are required? Do high wages and restrictions on labour conditions lead slow employment growth and informalization of the economy? Will increased competition be effective in increasing the efficiency of resource allocation? How does changing technology affect the political economy of the labour market? What has been happening to labour market structure over time, and how do labour market inequalities persist between different social group, between men and women? What in particular has been happening to labour controls? (Source: Book Jacket)
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This volume brings together a number of articles which address several aspects of this theme-aggregate employment level institutional agreements, technology and labour, policy issues in economic reforms, etc. How do economic reform and adjustment directly affect the labour market? What sort of complementary policies are required? Do high wages and restrictions on labour conditions lead slow employment growth and informalization of the economy? Will increased competition be effective in increasing the efficiency of resource allocation? How does changing technology affect the political economy of the labour market? What has been happening to labour market structure over time, and how do labour market inequalities persist between different social group, between men and women? What in particular has been happening to labour controls? (Source: Book Jacket)

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