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Labour Market and Institution in India 1990s and Beyond

ASEDP

No.63

Edited by UCHIKAWA Shuji
Published in 2002

CONTENTS

Contents pdf (87KB)
Preface pdf (37KB) / Shuji Uchikawa
Introduction pdf (151KB) / Shuji Uchikawa
Labour Market-Social Institution Economic Reforms and Social Cost / R.C.Datta
Introduction
Internal Labour Market as an Institution
Methodology
Results and Analysis
Performance Function
Causes of Industrial Disputes
Labour Institutions and Reforms in India
Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
Social Costs of Reforms
Conclusion
References


1. Trends of Employment in the Organized Sector
2. Impacts of Economic Reforms
3. The Rise of Medium-Size Units
4. Trade Union and Institution
Conclusion
Notes


Economic Reforms and Labour Markets in India: Organized and Unorganized Sectors / Jeemol Unni
Introduction
Growth of GDP by Sectors
Share of the Unorganized Sector in GDP and Employment
Growth of Incomes, Employment and Labour Productivity in the Organized and Unorganized Sectors
Growth of Incomes, Employment and Labour Productivity by Industry Groups
Labour Market Outcomes
Conclusions
Notes
References


Employment and Human Resource Practices in Public Sector Banks in the 1990s / Errol D'souza
1. Performance and the Structure of Employment
2. Human Resource Practices
3. Conclusions
Notes
References


Social Costs of Reform: A Study of Job Loss with Special Reference Declining Industries in Declininhb in 1990-1998 / Tirthankar Roy
Definition of Declining Industries
Macro Issues Concerning Labour
Industry Case-Studies
Conclusion
Notes


Liberalization, Outsourcing and Industrial Labour Markets in India: Some Preliminary Results / K.V,Ramaswamy
1. Introduction
2. Manufacturing Employment, Use of Casual Labour, Labour Productivity Growth and Real Wages: the Aggregate Scenario
3. Outsourcing, Industrial Policy and Labour Markets
4. Estimates of Product Outsourcing: Factory Sector
5. Contract Intensity and Labour Market Outcomes
6. Concluding Remarks
Notes
References