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Title: Economic policies, development and social justice (Proceedings of the AITUC workshop, Delhi). March 22-24, 1995
Authors: All-India Trade Union Congress
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: All-India Trade Union Congress
Abstract: Includes the following chapters: Inaugural address (Josephine Karawasil); Economic reforms, role of planning commission etc. (G. V. Ramakrishna); Structural adjustments, markets and the poor (Hanumantha Rao); GATT to “NEW GATT” or WTO – an overview (S. P. Shukla); Understanding the nature of state and newly emerging middle class (Sanjay Baru); The West Bengal case of industrial development (Somnath Chatterjee); A view re : Policy statement for industrial development in West Bengal (Ranjit Das Gupta); Globalisation of finance and not globalisation of production: What it means (Prabhat Patnayak); Industrialist’s approach to reforms (A. K. Rungta); Reforms & Bipartitism (Subodh Bhargava); Infrastructure sector and the withdrawal of the state (Probir Purkayastha); Growth, Structural adjustment, food security and hightech (Kamal Nayan Kabra); Economic policy, development and social justice: Creeping crisis of “Free market” (Kanal Banerjee); An agenda for the Indian Trade Union movement (K. Ashok Rao).
metadata.dc.pages: i-ix, 1-191
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