The Curious Case of Judicial Interpretation and Labour Flexibility in India

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The economic liberalisation of the 1990s in India led to calls for increased labour flexibility. As achieving legislative reform proved difficult, the focus shifted to judicial interpretation of existing labour statutes. Girish Balasubramanian suggests Indian courts changed their interpretations of labour laws over time, favouring flexibility at the expense of the protective purposes underlying the legislation.

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