Law of unintended consequences

The law of unintended consequences, often quoted, refers to actions of individuals or societies — and with particular reference to government policies — that can have effects that are unforeseen or unintended. While economists have constantly argued that this concept is one of the building blocks of economics, for just as long, politicians and policymakers have blatantly disregarded it. The Maternity Benefit Reforms recently was clearly seen gambling with this law. According to the World Bank, India ranks 120 among 131 countries in female labour force participation rates


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