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  1. The Battle for Employment Guarantee.Reetika Khera (ed.) - 2011 - Oxford University Press India.
    The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act is a unique initiative in the history of social security-it is not just an employment scheme but also a potential tool of economic and social change in rural areas. This volume presents the first comprehensive account of the 'battle for employment guarantee' in rural India. Staying clear of the propaganda and mud-slinging that has characterized much of the NREGA debate so far, the book presents an informed and authentic picture of the ground realities.The essays (...)
     
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    Fashions, Framing and Expertise: Ethical Hazards for Economists.Reetika Khera - 2019 - Journal of Global Ethics 15 (1):45-54.
    ABSTRACTCompared to other social sciences, it appears economists enjoy overwhelming influence in policy debates. What are the ethical concerns that should bear upon the exercise of such voice? Two forms of conflict of interest are explored here: funding sources may undermine objectivity in framing the research agenda as well as through the better-known route of influencing research outcomes. What questions get asked or ignored, and the methodological approach that economists choose, may be influenced by funders. Considerations of personal advancement may (...)
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    Business Ethics East Vs. West: Myths and Realities. [REVIEW]Inder P. Khera - 2001 - Journal of Business Ethics 30 (1):29 - 39.
    The West has a stereotypical image of businesses, officials, and politicians, etc., in the East (Third World) countries being pervasively corrupt while it views itself as being almost completely uncorrupt. One closer look, however, realities turn out to be quite different. Business corruption is much more universal that Westerners are generally willing to accept. The major differences are that corruption in the East is practiced so blatantly that it makes major news. Western businesses, on the other hand, have, over time, (...)
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    Book Review: Pritam Singh, Asha Bhandarkar and Sumita Rai, 2012, Millennials and the Workplace: Challenges for Architecting the Organizations of Tomorrow. [REVIEW]Shikha N. Khera & Sahil Malik - 2016 - Journal of Human Values 22 (2):151-153.
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    Book Review: Keshavan Nair, Higher Standard of Leadership—Lessons From the Life of Gandhi. [REVIEW]Shikha N. Khera & Sahil Malik - 2015 - Journal of Human Values 21 (2):137-141.
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