The Making of Industrial Relations: The Ahmedabad Textile Industry, 1918-1939
This study examines the Indian industrial city of Ahmedabad, a model of peaceful industrial relations, and considers the unique system that evolved there for resolving capital-labor conflicts, and the role Mahatma Gandhi played in the process.
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GROWTH OF CAPITAL AND LABOUR
THE FIRST ENCOUNTERS BETWEEN CAPITAL
THE PEACEFUL YEARS 192328
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able accept activities affected agreement Ahmedabad Ahmedabad millowners arbitration asked Association August award Bardoli became Board Bombay British capital cent cloth Commission Committee Congress continued cotton counts crisis December decided decreased demands dismissed duty earlier early economic established excise February figures formed Gandhi given groups growth Gujarat Ibid ideology important increase Independent Indian indicates industrial relations initiated interests involved issue Japan jobber July June Kasturbhai Labour Gazette Legislative living machinery major managing Mangaldas March meeting millowners mills month movement municipality nationalist needs November obtain October organized Party period piecegoods politics position possible Prajabandhu President pressure production profits proposal protection relationship Report representatives resolution result Sarabhai September Sheth situation started strike Table textile industry tion took trade union units wage cut wanted weavers workers yarn
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