Reforming the Labour Market
Fourteen essays take up questions such as Is it necessary to reform the labour market to achieve employment growth? What labor reform is necessary in a country where 92 percent of the labor force work in the unorganised sector? and Is labor law reform only a question of giving employers the right to fire workers?
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SANKAR A PROFILE
On Errors in the Variables
Profit Maximising Estimators
PriceQuantity Indexes Through
Patterns and Determinants of Economic Growth
Measurement and Analysis of Agricultural Growth
Estimation of Decline in Marginal Productivity
A Review of Indias Recent Trade Policy Reforms
Investors Decision Behaviour and PostIssue Performance
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