SOCIO-ECONOMIC VOICES

-Nomita P. Kumar,Fellow, Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow
Labour Market Discrimination and Earning Differentials - An Evidence from Uttar Pradesh Based on NSS Data
Economists consider discrimination in the labour market to take two forms i.e. wage discrimination and job discrimination. Gender specific segregation is regarded as a stable and rigid phenomenon that exists in traditional as well as modern societies (Rothboeck and Acharya, 1999). Various studies underlines the persistence of gender segregated labour market globally
Labour Market Discrimination and Earning Differentials - An Evidence from Uttar Pradesh Based on NSS Data
Population
1
(Estimated as of now)
Socio-Economic Voices
Dr. S P Sharma Chief Economist, PHDCCI

Focus on manufacturing with reduced costs of doing business essential to sustain recovery and to attain a high growth trajectory... Read more

District FactbookTM
District FactpageTM
Publications
publication publication publication publication
India's most comprehensive e-resource of socio-economic data. A cluster of 56 associate websites
Provides election data for all 543 parliamentary and 4120 state assembly constituencies
A collection of over 4000 data-oriented publication in print, eBook, eFlipbook & web-based access formats
Soon to be launched, a comprehensive collection of Infographics, videos, maps and charts on various socio-economic and electoral Insights
Twenty years of serving socio-economic and electoral research fraternity in india and abroad.
© Datanet India Pvt. Ltd.