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Labour force commitment in early stages of industrialisation
Bib ID 4273582
Format BookBook
Author
Kannappan, Subbiah
 
Description [n.p., 1970] 
291-349 p. 
Series

IJIR reprint series ; no. 11.

Notes

"Reprinted from Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, vol. 5, no. 3, January, 1970."

Subjects Industrialization.  |  Economic development.  |  Working class.  |  Labor movement.  |  Labor.
Also Titled

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations.

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