CfP: Christ University Law Journal on Labour Law Reforms in India and its Implications [Vol 10, Number 2]: Submit by Dec 30

About the Journal

Christ University Law Journal (CULJ), ISSN 2278-4322 is a biannual peer-reviewed journal.

Call for Paper

Theme: Labour Law Reforms in India and its Implications

It is estimated that our country has more than 44 central legislations under four heads (yet to be enforced) viz.,- Code on Wages, Code on Social Security and  Occupational Safety, Code on Industrial Relations, and code on Health and Working Conditions, for regulating and protecting labour and we also have laws for ensuring the health, safety and better working conditions of workers. However, Indian labour laws are often characterized as “inflexible.” Investors claim that a majority of the firms hesitate from hiring new workers because of the stringent permission
provisions existing in the present legal system, thus hindering the growth of Indian companies.

Though the amalgamation of labour legislations can be considered as a major step towards reform, another concern will be regarding the dilution of the socialistic oriented labour perspective, which existed in the Indian industrial
jurisprudence. Liberalized policies will create more contractual freedom but reduce the availability of a healthy environment for workers, specifically in terms of their rights. The daunting challenge before governments will be to balance the market, labour, and the employer.

Themes

  • Labour Reforms in India: Issues & Challenges
  • Economic Perspective on Labour Reforms in India
  • The Code on Wages, 2019: A Critical Analysis
  • The Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code – Issues and concerns
  • The Code on Social Security and informal sector in India
  • Industrial Relations: Challenges
  • Collective bargaining and the role of trade unions at the outset of labour reforms in India
  • The Code on Social Security: Issues & Challenges

How to Submit?

  • Please send your articles (5000-6000) words following the guidelines mentioned in our website at the latest by 30 June 2021.
  • Kindly include the abstract of the article in 150-200 words, 5 Keywords and a summary of the CV of the author in 100-150 words.
  • The citation format to be used is The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, Harvard Law Review (20th ed.).

To submit the call for papers, here.

Deadline: 30th December.

 

Details of submission are on the journal webpage, here.

 

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