Gayatri (2001), "Labour in the New Economy: Case of the Indian Software Industry", The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 44(1): 39-54 Betcherman, G.
What does IJLE stand for?
IJLE stands for Indian Journal of Labour Economics (Indian Society of Labour Economics)
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We have 1 other meaning of IJLE in our Acronym Attic
- International Journal of Leprosy and Other Myobacterial Diseases
- International Journal of Lexicography (Oxford University Press)
- It's Just Lunch (dating service for professionals)
- Indigenous Justice and Legal Assistance Division (Attorney-General's Department; Australia)
- Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (movie)
- Intensive Japanese Language Course (various locations)
- International Journal of Lateral Computing (World Federation on Lateral Computing)
- International Journal of Learning and Change (Inderscience Publishers)
- International Journal for Language and Documentation
- International Journal of Learning and Development (Macrothink Institute; Las Vegas, NV)
- International Journal of Leadership in Education
- International Journal of Law and the Family
- Internet Journal of Law, Healthcare and Ethics
- International Journal of Legal Information
- International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital
- International Journal of Law and Information Technology
- International Journal of Learning and Media
- International Journal of Logistics Management
- Intensive Japanese Language Program (est. 1988; Center for International Education; Waseda University; Tokyo, Japan)
- International Journal of Law and Psychiatry (International Academy of Law and Mental Health)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 50(3), July-September: 383-406.
Mathur, Ashok & Rajendra P Mamgain (2004), "Human Capital Stocks, Their Level of utilization and Economic Development in India", Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 47(4): 655-75.