labour

Labour-Shortage-in-Indian-Agriculture
Technology in Indian agriculture should not displace labour

Jayan Jose Thomas, Professor of Economics at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, asserts that on a macro basis, India does not face labour shortage, though it may be relevant for specific region...

Prof Brajesh Jha
Demand for agricultural labour in India is highly skewed

Prof. Brajesh Jha, Institute of Economic Growth, asserts that labour shortage is a critical issue to be tackled for strengthening India's agriculture sector. He suggests that the non-agricultural sect...

The Labour Codes
New labour codes, and the law of abundance

The new labour codes aim to boost enterprise and also provide protection to all classes of workers, including gig and platform workers. But how implementable are these objectives in practice?...

Binod Khadria
Efforts to employ migrants can be linked to Aatmanirbhar Bharat

Prof. Binod Khadria, South Asia Chair, Metropolis Asia, feels that in the long run, efforts to employ migrants into the workforce have to be in coordination with ‘Aatmanirbhar’ mission of self-rel...

Reorganising employment structure: The COVID-19 opportunity

India can use the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to correct aberrations in its employment structure and strengthen manufacturing competitiveness....

Dr Arpita Mukherjee TPCI IBT
Manufacturing firms must focus on automation, innovation & patenting

Dr Arpita Mukherjee, ICRIER, believes that the COVID-19 pandemic has fast tracked the adoption of technology in manufacturing, thereby making it critical for companies to have a high-skilled workforce...

Labour
Trajectory of employment in post-COVID-19 India

COVID-19 is expected to have a deep impact on rural and urban employment in India. A unified labour market and universal social security system to ensure security, safety, and dignity to all workers....

Jeevant Rampal
“A faster economic recovery will also ensure fiscal health”

Prof Jeevant Rampal, IIM Ahmedabad, supports the argument that after safety has been ensured to the extent possible by improving health facilities rapidly, India can bounce back economically using exp...

TPCI-IBT-Dr-Tripati-Rao
Deep state intervention is a must to revive the economy

Prof D. Tripati Rao, IIM Lucknow, strongly supports the immediate employment of well-directed countercyclical fiscal levers by the government - goods and services, resources on transfer payments, and ...


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