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Dualism in Indian Manufacturing: Causes and Consequences Growth of Employment and Earnings in the Tertiary Sector Part 4: Labor Market Institutions Regulations, Enforcement and Adjudication in Indian Labor Markets: Origins, Consequences and the Way Forward Ahmad Ahsan, Carmen Pages and Tirthankar Roy Case studies History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Studies in labor markets and institutions.
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Market Design. Monetary Economics. Organizational Economics. academic appointments in North America. On January 1,there were 1, NBER-affiliated researchers based at institutions. Researchers by NBER Program Complete List of NBER ResearchersCited by: Good institutions can alleviate the adverse effects of the many imperfections that characterize labor markets.
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Emerging Labor Market Institutions for the Twenty-First Century provides the first in-depth assessment of how effectively labor market institutions are responding to this drastically altered landscape. This important volume provides case studies of new labor market institutions and new directions for existing institutions.
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