The Impact of covid-19 on Bengaluru’s urban poor

Basole, Amit and Gupta, Gaurav (2023) The Impact of covid-19 on Bengaluru’s urban poor. [Report]

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Azim Premji University was established in 2010, by the Azim Premji Foundation, with a clear social purpose of working towards a just, equitable, humane, and sustainable society. All of the University’s programmes, teaching, research, and practice, work towards this purpose. To contribute to the critical matter of India creating just and sustainable employment, the University has set up the Centre for Sustainable Employment (CSE), which conducts and supports research in areas of work, labour, and employment. The University is attempting to provide empirically grounded, analytical reflections on the state of work and workers in India, as well as to evaluate and propose policies that aim to create sustainable jobs. To this end the University also gives grants to create new knowledge in the above areas. It also hosts a working paper series to which contributions are invited from researchers, policy-makers, civil society actors, and journalists. The University’s CSE website is an important part of this agenda. In addition to research papers and policy briefs, it hosts government reports, as well as data and statistics on the Indian labour market.

Item Type: Report
Authors: Basole, Amit and Gupta, Gaurav
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Uncontrolled Keywords: covid-19, Bengaluru, urban poor
Subjects: Social sciences > Sociology & anthropology > Factors affecting social behavior
Social sciences > Economics
Divisions: Azim Premji University > Research Centre > Centre for Sustainable Employment
Full Text Status: Public
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