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Wage Hunters and Gatherers book.
Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1994.
Wage hunters and gatherers. Published 1994 by Oxford University Press in Delhi. Includes bibliographical references (p. -417) and index.
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The book provides glimpses of Gandhi's ideas and working relationship with his colleagues who came from a wide range of backgrounds, professions and geographical regions. It also brings out the thoughts of Gandhi and his followers on several important issues such as Satyagraha, non-violence, Brahmacharya, spirituality, and fasting. This blend of an intimate knowledge of Gandhi and the reflective hindsight gives the book a unique vantage point that promotes a holistic understanding of Gandhian thought and philosophy.
Breman, J. (1996), Footloose Labour: Working in India’s Informal Economy, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
THE INFORMAL SECTOR ECONOMY: FROM PROBLEM TO SOLUTION Jan Breman The argument that poverty is mainly a question. Transfer to other areas of economic activity in both urban and rural areas has occurred under conditions characteristic of work in the informal sector, can be summarised as ongoing circular migration, no stable but casual employment, often mediated by contractors, and piecework rather than time-rate work. Oxford University Press 1994.
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