Industrial relations and the political process in Pakistan, 1947-1977

by RashД«d Amjad

Publisher: International Institute for Labour Studies in Geneva

Written in English
Published: Pages: 61 Downloads: 373
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  • Industrial relations -- Pakistan,
  • Labor unions -- Pakistan,
  • Pakistan -- Politics and government

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 59-60.

StatementRashid Amjad, Khalid Mahmood.
SeriesResearch series / International Institute for Labour Studies -- no. 73, Research series (International Institute for Labour Studies) -- no. 73
ContributionsMahmood, Khalid
LC ClassificationsHD8690.5 R27 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 61 p. --
Number of Pages61
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22460416M
ISBN 109290141859

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Genre/Form: History: Additional 1947-1977 book Format: Online version: Amjad, Rashid, Industrial relations and the political process in Pakistan, Downloadable. This paper is an introduction to the development of industrial relations in Pakistan over the 30 years since Pakistan gained independence in One of its aims was to put together a brief history of the trade union movement in the country.

It is divided into four parts. Chapter I is a historical and political analysis of the trade union movement as divided into four distinct. This paper is an introduction to the development of industrial relations in Pakistan over the 30 years since Pakistan gained independence in One of its aims was to put together a brief history of the trade union movement in the country.

It is divided into four parts. Chapter I is a historical and political analysis of the trade union movement as divided into four distinct phases. Industrial relations and the political process in Pakistan By Rashid Amjad and Khalid Mahmood.

Download PDF (3 MB) Abstract. This paper is an introduction to the development of industrial relations in Pakistan over the 30 years since Pakistan gained independence in This paper is an introduction to the development of Author: Rashid Amjad and Khalid Mahmood.

Industrial relations and the political process in Pakistan Amjad, Rashid and Mahmood, Khalid Online at MPRA. 52) and workers covered by industrial legislation totaled about(about 65 out of 10,) in both East and West Pakistan [Amjad (): p.

67). 40 Trade union density was low and the trade. Influence of politics on industrial relations in Pakistan: Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad14 The Pakistan Trade Unions Federation was the first labour federation of Pakistan, which strived for the common interests of workers and challenged Field Marshal Ayub Khan’s rule.

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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The process of industrial growth continued in the s too but it was accompanied by capital concentration while export earnings from the jute produced in East Pakistan were also used to finance.

The major issues involved in the industrial relations process are terms of employment viz., wages, dearness allowances, bonus, fringe benefits, working conditions, viz., leave, working hours, health, safety and occupational, political and legal variables."2 "Labour-management relations are an integral aspect of social.

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Unlike the laws of contract, tort, or property, the elements of labour law are somewhat less homogeneous than the rules governing a particular legal.

With the passage of time, legislation on industrial relation amended, and now Industrial Relations Ordinance (IRO ) is enforced to address the industrial conflict and collective bargaining issues amicably. Right now, Pakistan has more 70 different labour laws which deal with labour issues.

industrial relations systems including the need to combine some form of macro-level coordination with greater flexibility at the enterprise level. This paper accompanies a similar paper by the same author on management practices and unemployment.

This paper was produced as part of the Centre's Programme on Industrial Relations. military professionalism in politics is linked with the military interventions in politics and 92 Hasan, Askari, Rizvi, The Military and Politics in PakistanSange-e-Meel Publications, Lahore,pp 93 Veena Kukreja.

Civil-Military Relations in South Asia: Pakistan, Bangladesh and India, by Ziaul Haque p Amjad, Rashid & Mahmood, Khalid, "Industrial relations and the political process in Pakistan ," MPRA PaperUniversity Library of Munich, Germany. Amjad (edited), Rashid, "The development labour intensive industry in ASEAN countries: an overview," MPRA PaperUniversity Library of Munich, Germany.

civil-military relations have always threatened to thwart the cause of political stability. In this context, democratic dispensation to the elected representatives in which completed its five years tenure after the Government of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, establishes a need to revisiting the political process in Pakistan to.

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Tufail Abbas (c. – 8 September ) was a Pakistani trade unionist and communist politician. He was a veteran labour leader in the airline industry, heading the Airways Employees Union.

In later years he served as chairman of the Pakistan Mazdoor Mahaz ('Pakistan Workers Front') and chief editor of the Urdu monthly Awami Manshoor. The human- relations approach is a long term trend toward recognizing the individual interests of workers.

Certain people define Industrial Relations as-the relations between employers and employees in industry. Others describe Industrial Relations as-the relationships between employees and management that grow out of employment.

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The term partner is used to refer to a member of the firm. A list of members of the firm is available in our offices. 19 The tumultuous history of this period can be found in Craig Baxter, ed., Pakistan on the Brink: Politics, Economics, and Society (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, ); Lawrence Ziring, Pakistan at the Crosscurrent of History (Lahore: Vanguard Books Ltd., ), particularly the chapter on Democracy and Hypocrisy; Owen Bennett Jones, Pakistan.

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It is the story of two men, two very powerful men. One is based on my grandfather, Pakistan’s former president and prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, and the other is based on Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, who was a military general who overthrew my. This paper estimates the size of the underground economy in Pakistan and analyzes its impact on Government fiscal position and the allocation of economic resources in the national economy.

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After the State Bank of Pakistan was founded ina currency dispute between India and Pakistan broke out in Trade relations were strained until the issue was resolved in mid Monsoon floods between –52 and created further economic problems, as did uneven development between East and West Pakistan.

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Employees work in return for payment, which may be in the form of an hourly wage, by piecework or an annual salary, depending on the.The industrial magnates of Britain and other imperialist countries in all possible ways discouraged the industrialization in colonies and this is one of the reasons of the industrially backwardness of the colonies.

Political Ideas of Industrial Revolution: The division of society into classes is the inevitable consequence of Industrial Revolution.Pakistan - Pakistan - Government and society: In the newly independent Pakistan consisted of two distinct parts: the smaller but more densely populated East Pakistan, centred on the Ganges-Brahmaputra delta region, and the much larger West Pakistan, occupying the northwestern portion of the Indian subcontinent.

The country’s government, functioning under a modified Government of.