Labour Problems and Industrial Development in India
Oxford & IBH Publishing Company, 1970 - India - 283 pages
Compilation of statements on labour force problems of industrialization in India - outlines the role of ILO, the situation of rural workers, plantation workers, the woman worker, etc., and covers labour relations, leadership in trade unions, social security, labour welfare, productivity, the development of small scale industry and other industries, etc.
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