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Government Structure and Labour Market Outcomes in Garment Embellishment Chains

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  • Jeemol Unni

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  • Suma Scaria

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The perspective of global commodity chain or GCC framework and social embeddedness are used to understand the organizational and social linkages in the embellishment production network in garment industry. The findings are based on the fieldwork conducted in Bareilly situated in Uttar Pradesh, an important centre of embellishment activity in India.

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  • Jeemol Unni & Suma Scaria, 2010. "Government Structure and Labour Market Outcomes in Garment Embellishment Chains," Working Papers id:3061, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:3061
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    1. Bali, Namrata & Chen, Martha Alter & Kanbur, Ravi, 2012. "THE CORNELL-SEWA-WIEGO Exposure and Dialogue Programme: An Overview of the Process and Main Outcomes," Working Papers 128865, Cornell University, Department of Applied Economics and Management.

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