Economic liberalisation and its implications for employment
Contributed articles presented at 84th Annual Conference of Indian Economic Association at Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India during 28-30 December, 2001.
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Employment in India
P K Chatterjee Debasish Nandy
Sudama Singh and S S P Sharma
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agriculture Assam BALCO banks Bihar capital casual labour cent crore declined Delhi disinvestment economic liberalisation economic reforms efficiency employees employment elasticity employment growth employment opportunities export globalisation globalization growth of employment growth rate Haryana Himachal Pradesh impact income increased Indian economy industries infrastructure investment Kerala Labour Economics labour force lakh liberalisation period liberalization Maharashtra manufacturing NSSO opting for VRS organised sector Orissa output percent percentage Plan Political Weekly post-liberalisation period post-reform period poverty poverty line Pradesh pre-reform primary sector private sector privatisation production programmes PSEs PSUs Public Enterprises public sector enterprises Rajasthan rate of employment reduce reform period rural areas rural workforce secondary sector sector employment service sector shows significant social Source statistically structural Survey Table Tamil Nadu tertiary sector trade trend unemployment rates unorganised urban areas variables wage West Bengal workers