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Problems of Child Labour in India

Raj Kumar Sen (Editor) Asis Dasgupta (Editor)
Synopsis One of the numerous problems that face India, recognized by all but eluding solution in spite of best wishes and sustained efforts, is the problem of child labour. In the post-reform years the problem has assumed extra importance owing to the attempt to include social clause in the WTO agreement. Though child labour in India is found to be concentrated in specific areas or regions and in particular occupations and sectors, yet the issue acquires a new dimension following the revelation that concentration of child labour in India is the highest in the world. Problems of Child Labour in India is an edited volume consisting of 21 articles authored by both senior and young researchers. The articles are grouped in three parts. It is expected that both general readers, scholars and policy-makers interested in the burning problem of child labour will find this book informative and useful.
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About the authors

Raj Kumar Sen

Dr. Raj Kumar Sen is Professor and former Head, Department of Economics, Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata. He was also President (2003-04), Indian Economic Association, Managing Editor (June 2003-04), The Indian Economic Journal and President (2002-05), Bengal Economic Association.

Asis Dasgupta

Prof. Asis Dasgupta is Former Vice-President of the Bangiya Arthaniti Parishad and Former Managing Editor, Arthabeeksha. He was Professor of Economics, Presidency College, Kolkata and was Visiting Professor of Economics, Burdwan and Rabindra Bharati Universities.

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Bibliographic information

Title Problems of Child Labour in India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176294268
length xviii+286p.