• Comparative Study of the Canadian and Indian Labour Market
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY To study the Labour Market of Indian Economy and Canadian Economy and prepare an comparative analysis of both the countries considering the labour market. The study includes the different rules, regulations, acts, policies related with the labour. The study was conducted based on...
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  • forign dirct investment
    every hurdle in our country's growth. FDI in India is not actually Good due to the following reasons: 1) It has exploited small retailers. 2) It has blocked qualified Indians with cheap labour. 3) The scope of the Indian market is limited.FDI in India is not actually Good due to the following reasons: ...
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  • Globalization and Industrial Relation: Quite Entry of Labour Standard
    GLOBALIZATION AND INDUSTRIAL RELATION: QUITE ENTRY OF LABOUR STANDARD * M.VENKATALAKSHMI **S.KRISHNAKUMARI ABSTRACT To understand the range of Industrial Relation challenge that employers and their organizations are likely to face in Asia and pacific...
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  • Reference for workers
    Amanullah Khan and Asma Fozia Qureshi (1995): “Women in the Informal Labour Market in a Developing Metropolis: Agents for Change” The Aga Khan University, Pakistan. Anushree Sinha and Haider Khan “Gender and Informal Sector Analysis in India” Research Paper No. 2008/65, world Institute for Development Economic...
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  • Labor
    CURRENT LABOUR SITUATION IN INDIA I. CURRENT SITUATION WITH REGARD TO LABOUR FORCE IN INDIAN ECONOMY BRIEF HISTORICAL OVERVIEW A study of the Indian economy and its labour force can be divided into three phases: (i) the colonial era (till 1947), (ii) the import substitution era – post-independence...
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  • Brain Drain
    g. Malaysia and India) are faced with a situation known as “brain drain”. Discuss how governments can alleviate this situation. Introduction: Can you ever imagine a country without engineers, scientists, doctors and other professionals? That is exactly what is happening in India. Though money is...
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  • Pco Market Evolution
    Creative destruction [pic] In the bad old days, it was very hard to make phone calls in India, except from your own land line. Coin-operated pay phones were rare, and mostly didn't work. And, even if one worked, it would not do long distance calls. You booked a trunk call from home and waited for the...
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  • Migration in India
    | 1971-80 | 1981-90 | US | | | | | From India | 2,120 | 31,214 | 1,72,080 | 2,61,841 | From all countries | 25,15,000 | 33,22,000 | 44,93,000 | 73,38,000 | India’s Share(%) | (0.1) | (0.9) | (3.8) | (3.6) | Canada | | | | | From India | 2,802 | 25,722 | 72,903 | 79,304 | From all...
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  • Need for Labour Reforms
    crisis. The sub prime crisis of 2008 had its effect on India in the form of – wage cuts, layoffs, and downsizing of the work force. The present global economic scenario should sound an alarm to the law makers, who need to understand that the labour laws which are presently in force are very rigid and need...
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  • Asia's Fdi Magnets: China and India
    INTRODUCTION 2 Foreign Direct Investment-FDI: 2 Current FDI in India: 3 Current FDI in China: 4 Brief Analysis of FDI & its determinants using- DUNNING’s OLI PARADIGM: 4 PORTER’s Diamond Theory 10 Conclusion 13 References 14 INDIA and CHINA best destinations for FDI “Analysis shaped using...
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  • First Annual Report on Employment
    Appeal to the People We present to the People of India the First Annual Report on Employment with the objective of generating a healthy public debate on the issue of creating quality employment with distributive justice. We solicit valuable comments and suggestions from the people on major issues...
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  • labor movement
    This paper examines the role of organized labour in India in a structural and historical context. It attempts to trace the economic, political and social effects of the trade union movement and its strategies over time. These effects are felt at enterprise- and/or firm-level, industry-level, regional ...
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  • Manufacturing Sector in India
    ARTICLE ON MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN INDIA Manufacturing key to growth above 6.5%, says RBI http://www.tribuneindia.com/2012/20120806/biz.htm#1 India needs to focus more on manufacturing in order to achieve GDP growth more than 6.5 %, Reserve Bank of India has said. The manufacturing sector has...
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  • Research Analysis
    automotive company is moving to India Because of high labour cost a UK based automotive company is moving to India. For this project it is important to find out all essential factors. Factors such as is there a good potential market is available for this industry in India? Political factors such as government...
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  • Fdi Survey in India
    in Emerging Markets CENTRE FOR NEW AND EMERGING MARKETS LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOL No. 6 Survey of FDI in India * By Sumon K. Bhaumik London Business School P. L. Beena Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum, India Laveesh Bhandari National Council of Applied Economic Research, India Subir Gokarn...
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  • Sociology
    the official unemployment rate but this definition of unemployment does not include unemployed workers who have become discouraged by a tough labor market and are no longer looking for work. The various schools of economic thought differ on their explanation of the cause of unemployment. Keynesian economics...
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  • Social Marketing Plan
    Marketing plan mainly includes the awareness of Child Labor in India. This is mainly important because exploitation of children have been taking place for generations now in India. For the development of the country and the children of India, it is very important that everybody are encouraged to get their...
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  • Manesar Issue
    Shinzo Nakanishi, stood gazing out from the window of his plush office and secretly heaved a sigh of relief. After three incidents of labour unrests in the Manesar plant in India, the company had finally reached an agreement with the workers, following which Maruti Suzuki Workers' Union was recognised. The...
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  • Labour Relations in India
    Labour Relations in India: Colonial control, Nehruvian socialism and Neo-liberal ‘reform’ -Pranav Primlani This paper seeks to delineate the development of Industrial Relations in India from the harsh realities of unbridled, unregulated labour exploitation prevalent before independence to the era...
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  • Foxconn Stress Problems
    which globalization has generated after the liberation of the Indian market. The second part of the essay will concentrate on the higher competitiveness of undeveloped countries as China, India and Brazil due to the low cost labour which threatens manufactures workers in the United States and rises unemployment...
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