Reports and Publications for "Labour"
  1. Asad Sayeed, Natasha Ansari and Usman Naeem, Women’s mobility and labour force participation: Early evidence from Karachi. IGC Policy Brief No.37429 . April 2019.

  2. Kabeer Dawani, The Plight of Domestic Workers in Pakistan. Collective Blog. March 2019.

    Keywords: Gender, Labour, minimum wage

  3. Asad Sayeed and Natasha Ansari, Women’s mobility, agency, and labour force participation in the megacity of Karachi. International Growth Centre Report No. C-37429-PAK-1. March 2019.

    Keywords: Karachi, Labour, Women

  4. Natasha Ansari, Women's Mobility and Labor Force Participation in Karachi: Some Preliminary Observations. Collective Blog. November 2018.

  5. Haris Gazdar, What Women Do. Collective Blog. March 2017.

  6. Kabeer Dawani, Is the Minimum Wage a 'Living Wage' in Pakistan? Collective Blog. August 2016.

    Keywords: Employment, Labour

  7. Haris Gazdar and Ayesha Khan, Bonded Labour in Domestic Work and Begging. in A. Qureshi and A. Khan eds. Bonded Labour in Pakistan. Oxford University Press. August 2016.

    Keywords: Labour

  8. Mysbah Balagamwala and Haris Gazdar, Globalisation and Strategic Engagement Abroad and Labour Non-Markets at Home: Employment in Pakistan. in D. Narasimha Reddy (ed). Globalisation and Labour in South Asia. Panos South Asia. February 2013.

    Keywords: Labour

  9. Mysbah Balagamwala and Haris Gazdar, Strategic Engagement Abroad and Labour Non-Markets at Home: Globalisation and Employment in Pakistan. Collective for Social Science Research. January 2011.

    Keywords: Employment, Labour

  10. Ayesha Khan, Women and Paid Work in Pakistan in F. Azim and M. Sultan, eds. Mapping Women's Empowerment. Experiences from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan Dhaka: University Press Limited (UPL) and BRAC Development Institute (BDI) 2010

    Keywords: Gender, Labour

  11. Ayesha Khan, Women's Empowerment and the Lady Health Worker Programme in Pakistan. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December 2008.

    Keywords: Gender, Health, Labour

  12. Ayesha Khan, Women and Paid Work in Pakistan. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. March 2007.

    Keywords: Labour, Gender

  13. Asad Sayeed and Ayesha Ibrahim, Country Background Report: Trade Unions in Pakistan. Berenschot and Institute of Social Studies, Hague. November 2006.

    Keywords: Labour

  14. Haris Gazdar, Thematic Paper: Rural Economy and Livelihoods. Asian Development Bank, Islamabad. January 2006.

  15. Asad Sayeed and Radhika Balakrishnan, Why Do Firms Disintegrate? Towards an Understanding of the Firm-level Decision to Subcontract and its Implications for Labor. in ed. William Milberg, Labor and the Globalization of Production: Causes and Consequences of Industrial Upgrading. Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire. 2004.

    Keywords: Labour

  16. Asad Sayeed, Rashid Memon, Hussain Bux Mallah and Haseeb Athar, Labour and Governance in the Road Sector: Issues arising in ADB operations in Pakistan. Asian Development Bank, Islamabad. December 2004.

    Keywords: Labour

  17. Haris Gazdar, Labour Markets and Poverty in Pakistan: Institutional Arrangements and Policy. Working Paper 2. Center for Research on Poverty Reduction and Income Distribution, Islamabad. Febuary 2004.

    Keywords: Poverty, Labour

  18. The Collective Team, A Rapid Assessment of Bonded Labour in Hazardous Industries in Pakistan: Glass Bangle-making, Tanneries and Construction. Working Paper No. 21, Infocus Programme on Promoting the Declaration. International Labour Organization, Geneva. January 2004.

    Keywords: Bonded Labour, Labour

  19. The Collective Team, A Rapid Assessment of Bonded Labour in Domestic Work and Begging in Pakistan. Working Paper No. 22, Infocus Programme on Promoting the Declaration. Interational Labour Organization, Geneva. January 2004.

    Keywords: Bonded Labour, Labour

  20. The Collective Team, Survey of Bonded Labour in Two Sectors in Pakistan: Brick Kiln Workers (Punjab) and Sharecroppers (Sindh), 2002. Mimeograph. Federal Bureau of Statistics, Government of Pakistan. January 2004.

    Keywords: Bonded Labour, Labour