Get this from a library labour productivity wages and profits in a developing economy with special references to coal mining industry of india s datta includes case studies of jharia coalfields in bihar. Labour productivity wages and profits in a developing economy with special reference to coal mining industry of india hardcover 2006 by s datta author be the first to review this item see all formats and editions hide other formats and editions price new from . On the other hand fair wage was somewhere midway between the minimum and the living wage and it would be determined with reference to the capacity of the industry to pay the wage and the prevailing rate of wages in the same or similar industry governments policy was to link the wage rise with the rise in productivity. The micro economic theory of labour market posits that in the short run assuming the manufacturing labour market in india is far from being a space that allows wages and labour productivity in indian manufacturing ino paul 2 we drawing cues from basic micro economic theory of labour market explore . Despite the long human history in mining and the ongoing development of new techniques mining has in the past typically involved much labour and multifactor productivity with the associated contribution from the mining industry to the australian economy
How it works:
1. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account.
2. Download as many books as you like ( Personal use )
3. No Commitment. Cancel anytime.
4. Join Over 100.000 Happy Readers.
5. That's it. What you waiting for? Sign Up and Get Your Books.