Labor LawsHarvard International Review (2004)
AbstractDomestic policies to implement workers' rights have trade-offs with international trade's impact on labor markets. It is important to consider that labor markets and their regulation are undergoing sweeping reforms due to the progress of international trade negotiations in developing countries. Improved labor rights create a solid base for strong and stable economic growth and attract foreign direct investment. The article discusses core labor standards prescribeb by ILO and its experience across the globe emphasizing on India & Brazil.
- Labor Law,
- Core Labor Standards
Citation InformationVrajlal K Sapovadia and Maria Matioli. "Labor Laws" Harvard International Review Vol. xvi Iss. June 2004 (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/vrajlal_sapovadia/6/