IJLE publishes research in the field of labour economics both on the microeconomic and on the macroeconomic level, in a balanced mix of theory, empirical testing and policy applications.
  • Publishes original research studies and documentation on various aspects of labour economics and related subjects
  • Provides a high quality platform for both theoretical and applied papers on all aspects of behaviour affecting labour market outcomes
  • Addresses special topics such as “Informal Employment in India and China”, "The Informal Sector in South Asia", "Labour Migration and Development Dynamics in India", “Wages and Earnings in India", "Women and Work", among others

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  • Alakh N. Sharma
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  • Sarthi Acharya
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0019-5308
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0971-7927
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