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Title: Economic Reforms and the People Sector
Authors: Ela R Bhatt
Issue/Year: Jan-1998
Section: Research
Abstract: In recent years, there has been considerable discussion in India on Structural Adjustment Programme and its impact on the economy. However, the moot question is whether restructuring efforts have benefited the 'people sector,' that includes the workers who are informal, unorganized, and self-employed. Based on years of experience with SEWA, Ela Bhatt argues that most economic policies including the recent economic reforms have largely benefited the large corporate bodies and have completely ignored the poor and the women. According to her, it is possible to benefit from the reforms if the focus of economic reforms is shifted to the micro level.
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