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Current Status and Evolution of Industrial Relations System in Bangladesh

Dr Abdullah Al Faruque Dr. Abdullah Al Faruque is an Associate Professor and Chairman, Department of Law, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Dr. Faruque is a Commonwealth Scholar and holds a PhD from University of Dundee. He is a specialist in labour law, petroleum contracts and environmental regulation. An author of a book, Dr. Faruque has also written several articles in reputed law journals both in Bangladesh and abroad.

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The objective of the study is to critically investigate the current status and evolution of industrial relations in Bangladesh. The study seeks to analyze role of the main actors in industrial relation system. It highlights evolution of trade unionism, role of collective bargaining and practices of social dialogue in Bangladesh. The study focuses on collective bargaining as a wage fixing mechanism and, assesses its relevance as part of the whole system of wage-fixing. We would like to thank ILO for giving us the

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