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The Impact of Globalization on Employment Generation in India: The case of emerging 'Big Shopping Malls and Retailers'

Kaliappa Kalirajan; Kanhaiya Singh;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2009
Abstract
Globalization in this paper concerns diffusion of idea, and technique of doing business. Organised retailing and retailing through big shopping complexes and malls is an idea, which is drawn from within and across nations. Thus, this idea is necessarily global and expansion of this idea is an integral part of globalisation. Growth of organized retail sector in India is being seen by some as the next driver of the Indian economy after the information technology boom. Some have argued that the farmers are being exploited, prices are being manipulated and small traders are being displaced by the corporate retailers. A recent Parliamentary Standing Committee report ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Services sector, employment generation, shopping malls, vegetables sales, India, jel:L8, jel:J2, jel:O5
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