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Industrial Labour in Developing Economies-A Critique of the Labour Commitment Theory

A Critique of the Labour Commitment Theory Surendra Munshi Through the concentrated and co-ordinated efforts of some of the more prominent economists, sociologists, anthropologists and political scientists of the United States has emerged a theory on the labour -problems9 in the industrialisation of the newly developing areas of the world: the theory of -labour commitment3. This theory was formally launched by a background paper, prepared by Arnold S Feldman and Wilbert E Moore, at a conference held in Chicago, 1958. Since then, the theory has received wide circulation, including in India.

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