Informality and Flexible Specialization: Labour Supply, Wages, and Knowledge Flows in an Indian Artisanal Cluster
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- Amit Basole, 2014. "Authenticity, Innovation and the Geographical Indication in an Artisanal Industry: The Case of the Banarasi Sari," Working Papers 2014_09, University of Massachusetts Boston, Economics Department.
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