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Determinants of rural wages

Babu P. Remesh

Determinants of rural wages

an inquiry across occupations

by Babu P. Remesh

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Published by V.V. Giri National Labour Institute in Noida .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Wages -- India -- Mathematical models.,
    • Rural-urban migration -- India -- Mathematical models.,
    • Informal sector (Economics) -- India -- Methematical models.

    • About the Edition

      With special reference to states of Kerala and Tamilnadu, India.

      Edition Notes

      Other titlesWage determination in rural labour markets : an inter occupational analysis.
      StatementBabu P. Remesh, J. Jeyaranjan, A.C.K. Nambiar.
      SeriesNLI research studies series ;, no. 09/2000, NLI research studies series ;, no. 2000/009.
      ContributionsJeyaranjan, J., Nambiar, A. C. K., 1950-, V.V. Giri National Labour Institute.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5819 .R46 2000
      The Physical Object
      Pagination164 p. ;
      Number of Pages164
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4006256M
      LC Control Number2001361738

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Also, some labor-intensive enterprises were replaced by much less labor-intensive ones such as game preserves. For example, an individual earning Rs.

Increased diversification of crops and labor shortages were primary contributors to the gains in Determinants of rural wages book population in the periphery.

Particular attention Determinants of rural wages book given to assessing the effects of formal schooling and parental education on wages, and to the effects of primary school quality and parental education on school attainment.

Inspired by the work of Norman Borlaugfarmers that employed hybrid seeds and fertilizer supplements were able to double or even triple their yields per acre. Consequently, the real wages of an individual also increases.

Small, labor-intensive family farms have grown into, or have been replaced by, heavily mechanized and specialized industrial farms. This is because in permanent job, an individual is sure about receiving regular income. The industrialization of agriculture, which came later in Russia and the former USSR, led to declines in available rural jobs.

From to aboutrural flight occurred in a slow, yet steady pace with both agriculture and industry growing concurrently. Rural flight also contains a positive feedback loop where previous migrants from rural communities assist new migrants in adjusting to city life.

For example, whether you exercise or drink alcohol. It is an essential ingredient of long term labour contracts unless provision is made to reopen the wage clause periodically.

If you are a registered author of this item, you may also want to check the "citations" tab in your RePEc Author Service profile, as there may be some citations waiting for confirmation. Even though the wage is above the going wage rate in the community if it is lower than that of fellow worker deemed inferior, it will be regarded as inequitable in the eyes of the recipients of the wage.

Abandonment of small towns[ edit ] The rise of corporate agricultural structures directly affects small rural communities, resulting in decreased populations, decreased incomes for some segments, increased income inequality, decreased community participation, fewer retail outlets and less retail trade, and increased environmental pollution.

Like other examples of rural flight, the young were more likely than the old to migrate to the cities. Conditions e. There are measurement problems both in ascertaining productivity and cost of living increases.

Urban residents may also look down upon these newcomers to the city who are often unaware of city social norms. Bargaining of Trade Unions 6.

All Americans deserve an equal opportunity to make the choices that lead to good health. This allows to link your profile to this item. If the firm is marginal and cannot afford to pay competitive rates, its employees will generally leave it for better paying jobs.

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Massive influxes in urban areas, combined with difficult living conditions, have prompted some scholars to link the Determinants of rural wages book to the arrival of the Arab Spring in Syria.

More services and features. As a result, their real wages are high. Sincethe Chinese government has progressively lifted the restrictions on internal migration. Overtime Without Extra Earning: Refers to the work done by employee without wages. China has used school mergers to centralized village, town, or county schools in rural areas to address some of these very problems since the s.

Some women undergo rural flight to escape domestic abuse or forced early marriages.About 70% of the total population in Nigeria lives in the rural areas, while half of this population is without proper-formal education (World Bank ).

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