Markets for Efficiency and Inclusion

Open, integrated, and well-regulated markets for land, labor, and capital and for goods and services are essential for growth, inclusion, and sustainability. We have many sectors were markets are non-existent or incomplete, especially those which are dominated by public provisioning. How do we create or improve markets in all sectors?

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Many people in India still get jobs based on their social networks. How can this be replaced by organized markets for employees across skill levels and across categories of employers?

Postby chanana.ak@nic.in » Thu Feb 10, 2011 12:38 pm

Many people in India still get jobs based on their social networks. How can this be replaced by organized markets for employees across skill levels and across categories of employers?
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Re: Many people in India still get jobs based on their social networks. How can this be replaced by organized markets for employees across skill levels and across categories of employers?

Postby sss@sdlindia.com » Tue Mar 22, 2011 6:14 am

• Potential employers should inform their requirement specifying number and types of skill required. Employment exchanges should have a desk where a person can be helped to access this information. The exchange should inform the employer and facilitate a meeting between the parties.
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Re: Many people in India still get jobs based on their social networks. How can this be replaced by organized markets for employees across skill levels and across categories of employers?

Postby ishantgoel@live.in » Sat Jul 02, 2011 7:34 pm

The tittle must be something like this - Many people in India still get jobs (in private sector) based on their social networks.

Well it will be great to have an organized market like that but before we need to enhance the skill levels, quality of higher education in most private institutions is still not to the mark.

If the skills are enhanced, it will automatically help in development of such markets as the employees will be then more demanding and employers will try to be more rational in selecting employees to achieve maximum productivity.
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Re: Many people in India still get jobs based on their social networks. How can this be replaced by organized markets for employees across skill levels and across categories of employers?

Postby info@fairweld.com » Wed Jul 27, 2011 10:12 am

Private companies should be motivated to take charge of employment exchanges and a large software/harware investment be made and run like a bank branch in the country.

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