Manikantha Nataraj

Manikantha Nataraj
University of Strathclyde · Strathclyde Business School

PhD

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Citations since 2017
5 Research Items
6 Citations
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Introduction
I am currently doing PhD at the Department of Work, Employment and Organisation, University of Strathclyde. My primary research interest lies in understanding labour issues. It pertains to understanding how labour, capital and state relations determine the labour process, working conditions and standards of living of the working class. My main focus of study is based on India.
Education
October 2021 - October 2024
University of Strathclyde
Field of study
  • Work Employment and Organisation
June 2017 - June 2019
Centre for Development Studies
Field of study
  • Applied Economics
June 2015 - May 2017
University of Hyderabad
Field of study
  • Economics

Publications

Publications (5)
Article
Purpose Subcontracting is a crucial cause behind the simultaneous existence of formal and informal entrepreneurship in India. This article aims to provide an over-time comparative analysis between the subcontracted and the non-subcontracted enterprises within the informal sector. Further, it also brings to fore the contribution of subcontracting to...
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In response to the rapidly spreading COVID-19 pandemic, governments resorted to containment and closure measures to reduce population mobility and ensure social distancing. Initially, India's state governments enacted varying social-distancing policies until the Central government overrode states to impose a nationwide lockdown on 24th March. This...
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The importance of trade to an economy needs no emphasis. You sell products or services that you are competitive at and buy those where you are not. Experience of countries such as South Korea and China demonstrate that resources required for development can be garnered through trade; thus, motivating many countries to embrace trade as a means for d...
Preprint
In response to rapidly rising COVID-19 cases, nations resorted to two channels to reduce population mobility and ensure social distancing. These channels were government-ordered containment and closure measures; and voluntary reductions in mobility due to rising public awareness. Initially, India’s state governments enacted varying social distancin...

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