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The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, Volume 58, Issue 4, December 2015

Articles

Pathways from agriculture to nutrition: implications of the occupation structure in rural India by

S. Chandrasekhar, S. Mahendra Dev

Does socio-religious identity lead to structural disadvantage? Evidence from the Indian labour market by Alwin Dsouza, Sudershan Singh, Rahul Ranjan

Employment generation in tourism industry: an input–output analysis by Narayan Prasad, Manisha Kulshrestha

Analyzing “jobless growth” in post-liberalisation India: a decomposition approach by Purba Roy Choudhury, Biswajit Chatterjee

Rural labour employment and their livelihoods in Bihar: Micro-level evidences from selected villages by

Anjani Kumar, R. K. P. Singh, Abhay Kumar

International remittances and household expenditure patterns in Tamil Nadu by C. Valatheeswaran

Research Notes and Communication

Growth without inclusion: the Gujarat ‘model’ for India’s development exposed by K. P. Kannan

FDI in retail: plight of women vegetable vendors by Channamma Kambara

Book Review

Santosh Mehrotra: Realising the demographic dividend—policies to achieve inclusive growth in India by

Sarthi Acharya

Jan Breman: On pauperism in present and past by Navin Chandra

URL: https://link.springer.com/journal/41027/58/4/page/1

Courtesy: Springer

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