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Review of Labour

Review of Labour
Social groups working in the informal sector as labourers are among the most neglected groups under the present pattern of capitalist development. The state does not acknowledge their presence, nor...
This paper attempts to articulate and understand the working of the labour relations law framework related to labour organisation and labour dispute processing as it stands structured in the Indian...
Social security in the formal sector has an institutionalised expression. In case of the agrarian informal sector, pre-capitalist institutions of patronage perform this role of providing social...
The sugar industry in its present co-operative-dominated form is under threat from the forces of privatisation and globalisation. Sugar factory labour, which has forged all-India solidarity, is...
This paper attempts to study two aspects of the relationship between new technology and employment in a composite textile mill in Mumbai. The specific objectives are to determine (a) the effect of...
Leela Fernandes This essay attempts to analyse certain forms of cultural politics as a means of demonstrating the varying layers of structural inequality that serve to constitute the working class...
in Kerala K P Kannan Kerala is well-known for its achievements in the sphere of social development that includes a rapid and high level mobilisation and organisation of workers regardless of...
in Tea Plantations Kanchan Sarkar Sharit K Bhowmik Despite forming half the labour force in planations, women workers have remained marginalised in trade unions of plantation workers, A study of...
Case of Gujarat Textile Industry ISOLATED and sporadic closure of industrial units and bankruptcies are a normal feature in the developed economies all over the world. The incidence of closures tend...
Gujarat - Political Analysis by Nagindas Sanghavi; Centre for Social Studies, Sural, pp 333, Rs 250. THE study of the 'Union of States' is not complete without knowing the state of states. The...
The pattern of land distribution and the nature of the crops grown are, inter alia, two key determinants of rural labour market dynamics. Most of the existing literature on rural labour markets have...
When governments of developing countries are increasingly adopting policies depriving regular workers of job security and promoting contract labour in the name of labour market flexibility, it is in...
In the pursuit of strategies of accumulation and profitability global capital is pushing through an increasingly 'borderless world1 and emerging as the dominant global social-economic-cultural power...
The polluting industries expose both the workers and the environment to hazardous substances. These industries are characterised by an insufficient and hazardous use of labour and an excessive use...
On the basis of a historically specific case-study of industrial relations in a manufacturing plant, this article attempts to extrapolate wider theoretical implications regarding two social...

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