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Browsing Faculty of Law by Author "Routh, Supriya"

Browsing Faculty of Law by Author "Routh, Supriya"

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  • Routh, Supriya (Yojana, 2014)
    Since the last decade, there has been a resurgence of interest (after the 1970s bout of interest on the subject) by academics and policy-makers equally on the informal economy. The International Labour Organization (ILO) ...
  • Routh, Supriya (Global Labour Journal, 2011)
    There are two major theoretical conceptualizations that explain the formal/informal divide – ‘dualism’ and ‘structuralism’. Neither of these theories offers a complete picture of informal economic activities without running ...
  • Routh, Supriya (Asian Journal of Law and Economics, 2012)
    The Capability Approach envisages a human-centred idea of development instead of an income-based idea of development. Economic development is only one of the components in human capability development. Economic development ...
  • Routh, Supriya (Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal, 2011)
    The idea of community lawyering is increasingly being pointed to as an effective mechanism to serve the legal needs of impoverished and underprivileged groups. Instead of advocacy on behalf of an individual client, advocacy ...
  • Routh, Supriya (2013-08-21)
    The Constitution of India provides the basis of labour jurisprudence in the country. It promises right to work, right to livelihood, right against forced labour, right against child labour, equal treatment of all workers, ...
  • Routh, Supriya (Theoretical Inquiries in Law, 2016)
    In India, more than ninety percent of the workforce is informal. In spite of this enormous percentage of informal workers, these workers remain invisible to law and policy circles. One of the reasons for such exclusion and ...
  • Routh, Supriya (Journal of Indian Law and Society, 2009)
    Unlike the prevalent discussion in the established scholarship associated with legal education, this article presents an alternative to the prevailing notion of the ‘Legal Education’ on the whole. The present discussion ...
  • Buhai, Sande L.; Kumari, Ved; Omaka C., Amari; Rosenbaum, Stephen A.; Routh, Supriya; Taylor, Anne (Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal, 2011)
    This article' examines the role of judges as public citizens creating access to justice and, in particular, the roles that law schools play in educating judges to better perform their crucial role. This article takes a ...
  • Routh, Supriya (Revue de droit comparé du travail et de la sécurité sociale, 2015)
    La Consitution indienne est fondée sur les idéaux de justice, de liberté, d'égalité et de fraternité. Cet article analyse les contours du concept d'égalité dans la Constitution indienne en se positionnant du point de vue ...

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