Header menu link for other important links
Work and health in India
, Hyde Martin, Singh Chungkham Holendro, Ladusingh Laishram
Published in
Pages: 1 - 263
The rapid economic growth of the past few decades has radically transformed India's labour market, bringing millions of former agricultural workers into manufacturing industries and, more recently, the expanding service industries, such as call centres and IT companies. Alongside this employment shift has come a change in health and health problems, as communicable diseases have become less common, while non-communicable diseases, like cardiovascular problems and mental health issues such as stress, have increased. This interdisciplinary work connects those two trends to offer an analysis of the impact of working conditions on the health of Indian workers that is unprecedented in scope and depth.
About the journal
JournalWork and Health in India
Open AccessNo