Harshad Dave, Additional General Manager (Retd.), Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd. (GSFC), Vadodara, Gujarat, India
We discussed the “Division of labour Part 1” at a length in previous issue (issue 3) of FIRM. Here we shall take up a discussion on very sensitive and vital part of this article. We learned from the previous discussion that process of division of labour simultaneously emerged with the classical coordination as one of its inseparable organs. The originally evolved process of division of labour was without unethical influence of human characteristics.
Here we shall discuss how it got contaminated unethically. Parental yearns/sentiments towards their kids in developed social system and investing their resources unethically to protect their incompetent kids, the process of settlement of fresh generation as per their typical abilities and unethical practice there in as well as vital influencing parameters on the same, felt necessity of the time to maintain association with or among two or various habitations/societies, migration of people and knowledge they carried with them, also amalgamation of knowledge between two societies caused a grass root influence on the process of division of labour. I have peeped into the process of settlement of population of fresh generation. It is also discussed on reflections emerged from unethical practices in the process of division of labour and their impacts on the same. Nature and profile of division of labour in the social environment is discussed along with consequential effect of breach of preconditions on the process of division of labour. Lastly some joint conclusions on Part 1 and Part 2 are narrated.
Keywords: exchange value, imaginary line, preconditions, typical abilities, barbaric abilities, natural abilities, gyp and classical coordination.
JEL Classification: A13, A14, B21, F43, F50, I24, O12, P16, P26, P48, Z1.
Cite as: H. Dave. (2018). Elementary investigation on Division of Labour- Part 2. Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks, 2(4), 39-56. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21272/fmir.2(4).39-56.2018
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