An Anatomy of ‘Work Culture’

  • Arup Maharatna


Having figured itself as one of the regions branded for poor work efficiency and rusty administrative machinery over past several decades, India of late (especially in the wake of globalisation and privatisation waves) has waken up to the need for removing this stigma by being more serious and stringent than before towards the phenomenon of ‘work culture’. Indeed, the term ‘work culture’—especially after it had received a propagandised priority of the ruling governments—has gained a fair amount of currency in public discussions and debates across a broad spectrum of our society.


Sector Organisation Physical Presence Work Culture Administrative Authority Public Sector Organisation 
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© Springer India 2013

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Population Research CentreGokhale Institute of Politics and EconomicsPuneIndia

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