How Should India Reform Its Labour Laws?
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Deakin, S., & Haldar, A. (2015). How Should India Reform Its Labour Laws?. 50 48-55. http://www.epw.in/system/files/pdf/2015_50/12/How_Should_India_Reform_Its_Labour_Laws.pdf
This paper examines the current policy debate around the reform of labour laws in India, which has been stimulated in part by the success of the “Gujarat model of economic development.” Gujarat’s deregulatory reforms have included changes to the legal regime governing employment terminations, which could form a basis for a change in national-level labour laws. Evidence linking labour law deregulation to growth, however, is weak, whether the focus is on India or the experience of other countries. Building labour market institutions is a long-term process which requires investment in state capacity for the management of risks associated with the transition to a formal economy.
External link: http://www.epw.in/system/files/pdf/2015_50/12/How_Should_India_Reform_Its_Labour_Laws.pdf
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