Labour Law and Governance Reforms in India: A Partial and Misguided View of Employment Relations
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Labour regulation in India has engaged the attention of not only policy makers but also social actors, researchers and practioners. Policy measures have started rolling out from the state governments ever since Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government assumed power in May 2014. These have brought on its heels definitive policy and labour law changed in several states.
Keywords: labour regulation; GNI; global slavery index; labour exploitation; policy measures; Narendra Modi; government reforms; labour union; trade union (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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