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Labour, employment and economic growth in India

Contributor(s): Ramaswamy, K. V [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Delhi Cambridge University Press 2015Description: xviii, 323 p.ISBN: 9781107096806.Subject(s): Labor supply - India | Labor market - India | Economic development - IndiaDDC classification: 331.10954 Summary: Productive employment opportunities constitute the primary ingredient of economic transformation and inclusive growth. This volume examines India's development experience in the sphere of labour, employment, structural change and institutional challenges in the recent past. The contributors have extended the boundaries of contemporary debate in variety of ways by undertaking fairly detailed empirical analysis of selected aspects of growth and employment change in India. They uncover the recent patterns of change, between and within sectors over time that challenges popular beliefs and understanding of employment growth in India. Analysis of population ageing, gender discrimination, impact of labour regulation; institutional analysis; dynamics of judicial interpretation of laws protecting workers in the years of economic liberalization among others have enriched the content. The volume contributes to our knowledge of India's labour market and sheds light on employment challenges in an economy undergoing rapid growth and economic transformation. Explains recent changes in labour markets and employment growth in the manufacturing and services sectors.Provides valuable information for non-economists as well.Uses the latest available data on employment and labour and policy issues facing India.(http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/economics/economic-development-and-growth/labour-employment-and-economic-growth-india?format=HB)
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Productive employment opportunities constitute the primary ingredient of economic transformation and inclusive growth. This volume examines India's development experience in the sphere of labour, employment, structural change and institutional challenges in the recent past. The contributors have extended the boundaries of contemporary debate in variety of ways by undertaking fairly detailed empirical analysis of selected aspects of growth and employment change in India. They uncover the recent patterns of change, between and within sectors over time that challenges popular beliefs and understanding of employment growth in India. Analysis of population ageing, gender discrimination, impact of labour regulation; institutional analysis; dynamics of judicial interpretation of laws protecting workers in the years of economic liberalization among others have enriched the content. The volume contributes to our knowledge of India's labour market and sheds light on employment challenges in an economy undergoing rapid growth and economic transformation.
Explains recent changes in labour markets and employment growth in the manufacturing and services sectors.Provides valuable information for non-economists as well.Uses the latest available data on employment and labour and policy issues facing India.(http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/economics/economic-development-and-growth/labour-employment-and-economic-growth-india?format=HB)

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