2 edition of Inter-industry wage structure in India, 1950-1961 found in the catalog.
Inter-industry wage structure in India, 1950-1961
C. K. Johri
|Statement||[by] C.K. Johri [and] N.C. Agarwal.|
|Series||IJIR reprint series -- no. 4|
|Contributions||Agarwal, Naresh C.. joint author., Shri Ram Centre for Industrial Relations.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 40 p.|
|Number of Pages||40|
Structure of inter-district, inter-sectoral, and inter-industry wage differentials in Gujarat. [B B Patel] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # Agricultural wages--India--Gujarat\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. Bakul Harshadrai Dholakia (born 15 July ) is the former Director of IIM Ahmedabad (–). Prior to that, he was the Dean at Ahmedabad (–) and a professor in Economics He was also the Director General of International Management Institute, New Delhi. Prior to joining IMI New Delhi, he was the Director of Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management and Gujarat Adani.
Ch. Changes in the Wage Structure and Earnings Inequality emphasized the persistence of inter-industry wage differentials and the importance of "company wage policies" as well as skill differences as explanations for the observed pattern of differentials. w Inter-Industry Wage Differences and Theories of Wage Determination National Bureau of Economic Research, Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA ; ; email: [email protected] Contact Us.
wages are discussed in section 3 and productivity in section 4. In section 5, the wage-productivity relationship is examined. Section 6 summarises the findings. 2. Data Sources and Methodology As stated above, in this paper we investigate the relationship between productivity and wages in the organised. Government of Goa: Statistical Hand Book Of : Directorate of Planning, Statistics and Evaluation. Government of Goa Daman and Diu. Facts Book on Manpower for Goa Daman And Diu. Panaji. General Statistics Department. Gupta, A. Wage and Salary Administration in India. New Delhi. Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd. Hensman, R.
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Wage structure may be industry based or there may be inter-industry wage structure or Federation level wage structure. In India, wage structure for different industries has been set on the basis of Government wage regulation, and tripartite negotiation. In India, courts and tribunals have relied more on the Minimum Wage Act, and the Central Government has relied more on Fair Wage Committee Report for the definition and interpretation of minimum wage and living wage, the concept of fair wage being relegated to the background.
India in the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Rehabilitation, Department of Labour and Em ployment, pp. January Prevailing wage law in the U.S.A.
Damodar Gujarati.April Reply to the comment on "inter industry wage structure in India, ?an analysis". Johri. July lution of Wage Structure in Japan," Industrial and Labour Relations Review, Vol. 15, No. 1, October,pp. ) and of India during the period of planned industrialisation () (see Johri, C.
K., and Agarwal, N. C., " Inter-Industry Wage Structure in India, An Analysis," Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. This paper examines the inter‐industry wage structure of the organized manufacturing sector in India for the period /74–/04 by estimating the growth of average real wages for.
This paper deals with an analysis of the main factors explaining the inter-industry wage differentials in manufacturing sector of the Indian economy. It examines the basic theoretical framework which can provide a satisfactory explanation of the inter-industry wage structure.
Taking the cross-section data on the two-digit level manufacturing industries for two years andthe. The fixation of wage structure also includes within its compass a fixation of rates of dearness allowance.
In the context of a changing pattern of prices and consumption, real wages of the workmen are likely to fluctuate tely, it is the goods and services that a worker buys with the help of wages that are an important consideration for him.
"Efficiency Wages and the Inter-industry Wage Structure," Econometrica, Econometric Society, vol. 56(2), pagesMarch. Zilibotti & P. Aghion & R. Burgess, " The Unequal Effects of Trade Liberalization: Theory and Evidence from India," Meeting Pap Society for. INTERINDUSTRY WAQE STRUCTURE IN INDIA, An Analqsrs The authors of the paper analyse the trends in the inter-industry wage structure during and test some hypotheses pertain ing to it.
They find that the wage structure has gradually widened over the period and shown flexibility in both the upward and down ward directions. In this article, the weekly earnings gap between men and women in Kerala is examined by a number of inequality indices such as the percentile ratio and the Gini coefficient.
The entropy measures of inequality are used to decompose wage inequality into within-group and between-group inequalities. The earnings inequality between men and women has been increasing, even though their wage grows.
This book has been cited by the following publications. “ Growth and Inequality of Wages in India: (), “Reflections on the Inter-Industry Wage Structure”, in Lang. and Leonard, J.S. (eds.), Unemployment and the Structure of Labor Markets, Blackwell Publishing, Oxford.
(10) Wage differential, wage structure and wage distortion (11) Job evaluation (12) Wage legislation. While these subjects will be examined and analysed in greater details in the following pages, constituting the main subject matter of the present work, a few observations might be useful in.
An attempt has been made in this paper to examine the wage structure in consumer goods industries in relation to that in capital goods industries in the light of the two major hypotheses, viz., ‘the expected ability to pay hypothesis’ and ‘the technology hypothesis’ which constitute the basic theoretical framework for explaining the inter-industry wage differentials in the.
The inter-industry wage differentials in India and factors determining them bring out the following conclusions: (a) There are significant variations in average daily wages across the industries.
The industries which enjoy a comparatively high wage level are mostly of the nature of modern and capital goods and those witnessing a low wage are. DETERMINANTS OF INTER-INDUSTRY WAGE STRUCTURE IN INDIA BAKUL H.
DHOLAKIA This paper deals with an analysis of the main factors ex plaining the inter-industry wage differentials in manufac turing sector of the Indian economy. It examines the basic theoretical framework which can provide a satisfactory explanation of the inter-industry wage. Downloadable.
Author(s): Prachi Mishra & Utsav Kumar. Abstract: We evaluate empirically the impact of the dramatic trade liberalization in India on the industry wage structure. The empirical strategy uses variation in industry wage premiums and trade policy across industries and over time.
In contrast to earlier studies on developing countries, we find a strong, negative, and robust. Inter-Industry Wage Differences and Theories of Wage Determination William T. Dickens, Lawrence F. Katz. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in June NBER Program(s):Labor Studies Numerous studies have shown large differences in wages for apparently similar workers across industries.
A Critical Review of Research and Literature on Wages in India. Why Workers Join Unions. 4- Inter-Industry Wage Structure in India, An Analysis. Books, Journals and Periodicals on Labour and Industrial Relations in India.
The Influence of Legal Framework on Labour Leaders and their Unions. Incentives Management?A. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This study examines the inter-industry wage structure of the organised manufacturing sector in India for the period to by estimating the growth of average real wages for production workers by industry.
In order to estimate the growth rates, the study adopts a methodological framework that differs from. Minimum wage and Indian law. The Minimum Wage Act ofpassed by the Indian parliament, fixes the minimum wage for certain ‘scheduled employment’ categories – which is applicable to the whole of India.
The minimum wages given under this. Downloadable! We assess the stability of the wage structure in an economy experiencing substantial economic changes.
We find that the structure of inter-industry wage differentials remained remarkably stable in Brazil in the face of major shocks.India has had a minimum wage law in place sincebut it has varied widely. The law's complex structure, coupled with poor oversight, means there was little incentive to implement it.Time-stability of the Industrial Wage Structure In a seminal paper, Slichter () used data collected by the National Industrial Conference Board to show that the rank correlation of mean hourly earnings between and isconcluding, "The inter-industry structure of wages has.