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Did India’s economic reforms generate jobs? Essays on economic liberalisation, labour market flexibility and employment in the Indian manufacturing sector (1990-2006)

Nihar Shembavnekar

Economics PhD Theses from Department of Economics, University of Sussex Business School

Date: 2018-01
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