“Group Measurement” of NREGA work: The Jalore Experiment
AbstractThe paper takes a closer look at an experiment of NREGA training mates (worksite supervisors) in Rajasthan to improve worksite management. It is based on a four-day field visit (11-14 February, 2008) to Jalore district where this experiment is said to have been a success. A team of three researchers visited nine ongoing worksites from two blocks of Jalore (Raniwara and Jalore) and two completed worksites. [CDE WP 180].
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NREGA; Gram Panchayats (GPs); wage payment system; Rajasthan; Jalore district; researchers; worksite management; minimum wage; labourers; Government; Productivity; India;
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- Reetika Khera, 2009. "“Group Measurement” of NREGA work-- The Jalore Experiment," Working papers 180, Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics.
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