International Labor Law: Cases and Materials on Workers' Rights in the Global Economy
Comprehensive in scope, International Labor Law examines labor rights and labor standards in multilateral and regional institutions like the WTO, ILO, OECD and the European Union; regional and bilateral trade agreements like NAFTA and more recent bilateral agreements with developing countries; the new labor-trade "template" in U.S. trade policy; and private initiatives like anti-sweatshop campaigns and corporate codes of conduct. Thematic chapters deal with labor rights lawsuits in U.S. courts; cross-border labor organizing and bargaining ; migrant workers; women workers in the global economy, and child labor.
James Atleson, Lance Compa, Kerry Rittich, Calvin Sharpe, and Marley S. Weiss. International Labor Law: Cases and Materials on Workers' Rights in the Global Economy. Thomson West, 2008.
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