4 edition of Reforming the labour market found in the catalog.
by Academic Foundation in collaboration with Friedrich Naumann Stiftung and Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies in New Delhi
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Bibek Debroy, P.D. Kaushik.|
|Contributions||Debroy, Bibek., Kaushik, P. D.|
|LC Classifications||HD5819 .R44 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||417 p. :|
|Number of Pages||417|
|LC Control Number||2005317668|
The book provides a comprehensive description of the existing labor institutions in Latin America, the problems they pose, and the trends in labor market reforms as well as the difficulties. In Reforming Asian Labor Systems, Frederic C. Deyo examines the implications of posts market-oriented economic reform for labor systems in China, South Korea, the Philippines, and ng a critical institutionalist perspective, he explores the impact of elite economic interests and strategies, labor politics, institutional path dependencies, and changing economic circumstances.
Macron has revolutionised the French labour market They said it couldn’t be done but the president has completed the first part of his reforms Mon, , About this book. Introduction. This volume argues that while labour market reforms may be necessary in some specific cases, by no means are labour market policies the main explanation for the widespread increase in unemployment and underemployment across Asia and country specific studies undermine the case for across-the-board labour market.
The call for labour market reforms in India received a boost with research work by Besley and Burgess (). Their labour regulation index was based only on the Industrial Disputes Act (IDA), , and has been used either as is or with revisions in response to powerful criticisms levelled against them by Bhattacherjea (), though the. "In order to achieve that labour market reforms are going to be important. Government appears to be making some headway in this issue." Stating that in India, states decide on labour laws and related reforms, Wood said, "But the BJP Government has a strong mandate and appears to be pushing harder on the states to get this done.
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The Ukrainian Challenge: Reforming Labour Market and Social Policy (Central European University Press Book)Author: ILO-CEET (International Labour Organization - Central and Eastern European Team). New Labour at Work: Reforming the Labour Market. William Edward John McCarthy. Institute for Public Policy Research, - Employee rights - 89 pages.
0 Reviews. Preview this book. Reforms are perpetually debated. If there are two areas of reform, which figure prominently in the liberalisation discourse, with strong views on both sides, those are privatisation (or disinvestments) of public sector enterprises and labour market reforms.
Labour market flexibility is one of the most closely debated public policy issues in India. This book provides a theoretical framework to understand the subject, and empirically examines to what extent India’s ‘jobless growth’ may be attributed to labour laws.
There is a pervasive view that the country’s low manufacturing base and inability to generate jobs is primarily due to rigid.
About the Book. Labour market flexibility is one of the most closely debated public policy issues in India. This book provides a theoretical framework to understand the subject, and empirically examines to what extent India’s ‘jobless growth’ may be attributed to labour laws.
One important labour market reform over the years in Viet Nam was the gradual elimination of direct state intervention in the payment mechanisms of enterprises. The labour market has become more flexible and dynamic, and wage rates have started to be determined more by supply and demand.
At the same time, rapid economic growth has pushed up wages. Labour Market Reform in China documents and analyses institutional changes in the Chinese labour market over the last twenty-five years, and argues that further reform is necessary if China is to sustain its high growth rates.
The book first assesses the problems associated with the pre-reform labour Cited by: Labour reform is only one component of the larger process of reforming economy and society experienced by China over the last three decades. This book uses DOI link for Paradoxes of Labour Reform.
Paradoxes of Labour Reform book. Chinese Labour Theory and Practice from Socialism to Market. Paradoxes of Labour Reform. Presenting a critical review of the issues in labour market reforms in India, this article places them against the backdrop of trends in labour force participation and formal/informal employment in the organised/unorganised sectors.
Critically assessing the theoretical literature on labour market flexibility in the advanced economies, discussions in the Government of India's.
Labour market reforms in these countries modified some of the most important institutional aspects of the labour market, such as the degree of centralisation of the collective bargaining system. It is therefore not surprising that over 30% of firms in these countries reported that it became easier to adjust or lower wages in – (see.
Labour market reforms that are implemented in times of economic crisis while demand is low have weaker short-run expansionary effects compared to reforms that are implemented when the economy is booming.
Reforming during recessions may entail short-term costs even though the long-run effects are positive. The three issues involved in the labour market regulations are: (i) the wage setting process, (ii) the labour market conditions, and (iii) the hiring and firing process.
The issue of labour reforms has been a source of debate since the reforms era begun in when the State withdrew itself from intervening the labour market. OECD's dissemination platform for all published content - books, serials and statistics. Book Myths of employment deregulation: how it neither creates jobs nor reduces labour market segmentation - chapter 4 The crisis and labour market reform in Italy: a regional analysis of the Jobs Act; Book chapter Balancing protection and investment: structural reforms in five countries.
Two Decades of Labour Law Reforms in India: Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh Perspective C.K. Saji Narayanan. Labour Law Reforms and Labour Rights: Centre of Indian Trade Unions Perspective Tapan Sen.
The Journey from Regulation to Governance: Reforms Required in Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, Manish Sabharwal and. This book explores the deregulation of labour markets in Europe.
It reviews the different national approaches to flexibility and deregulation, and examines their impact on unemployment structure and trends. The book is divided into two parts. Part I focuses on current labour policies and the different approaches to flexibilisation.
Part II presents detailed studies on eight European countries. The reforms introduced in the labour market, contrary to policies set out under the European Economic Governance and the Country Specific Recommendations where a deregulation effort was also observed but in a social partnership context (Voskeritsian et al, ), promoted a policy of complete decentralization of the collective bargaining system.
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Get this from a library. New Labour at work: reforming the labour market. [W E J McCarthy]. Reform-minded politicians in Europe, such as French President Emmanuel Macron, should learn lessons from the real story of Germany’s success.
First, do not jump too easily to the conclusion that a rigid labor market is responsible for low growth or high unemployment. In Germany’s case, that was only one factor, and not even the most important.
Researchers studying the institutional causes and consequences of labor market polarization will find this book essential reading.", American Journal of Sociology "Song's Inequality in the Workplace makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the politics of labor market reform in under-researched places such as Japan and Korea.
In Author: Jiyeoun Song.Iain Lees-Galloway's labour market reform proposals would harm both workers and the economy, says New Zealand Initiative chairman Roger Partridge. Photo / Michael Craig NZ Herald.