Are labor regulations driving computer usage in India's retail stores? Amin, Mohammad

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Amin, Mohammad
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Economics Letters
Labor law -- Analysis; Government regulation; Labour law Analysis
To link to full-text access for this article, visit this link: Byline: Mohammad Amin Keywords: Labor regulations; Technology; India; Retail Abstract: A commonly held but untested view is that the use of modern technology such as computers could be endogenous to labor regulations. This paper confirms this view using the Enterprise survey's data on 1948 retail stores in India. Author Affiliation: Enterprise Analysis Unit, World Bank, Washington DC, 20433, USA Article History: Received 14 May 2007; Revised 10 November 2008; Accepted 14 November 2008
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