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Social Identity and Wage Discrimination in the Indian Labour Market

The paper is the revised work presented at the Allied Social Science Association/International Association for Feminist Economics meeting held at Boston, US, 2–5 January 2015 and at the MIDS Seminar on 5 February 2015.

The authors are thankful to Shashanka Bhide and other participants of the conference and seminar for valuable comments and suggestions. They are also grateful to an anonymous referee for insightful and detailed comments.

Published On : 20th Jan, 2024

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