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Author Mehmet, Ozay.

Title Towards a fair global labour market : avoiding a new slave trade / Ozay Mehmet, Errol Mendes and Robert Sinding.

Published New York ; London : Routledge, 1999.

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 UniM Giblin Eunson  331.12 MEHM    BILLED
Physical description xiv,244 p. ; 23 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Pt. I. The emerging global labour market. 1. The emerging global labour market: myth or reality? 2. The new global assembly line: winners and losers. 3. Regulating the global labour market: the effectiveness of the ILO and the WTO -- Pt. II. International regulation of goods, services and labour: from soft law to hard law. 4. Rationales for labour market regulation. 5. Converging objectives: regulating international trade and the global labour market -- Pt. III. Fairness in the global labour market: trade-offs and joint gains. 6. Static analysis of the role of labour standards in national competitiveness. 7. Dynamic factors affecting the role of labour standards in national competitiveness. 8. Cultural relativism and human rights: the debate over labour standards and 'Asian values' -- Pt. IV. Conclusions. 9. Towards a rule-based global labour market.
Summary There is no longer any doubt that markets in goods, services and capital are operating on a global scale. However, it now seems the market for labour is also moving towards globalization. If this is the case, can nation-states, workers and employers maintain effective labour regulation? Should the World Trade Organization adopt core labour standards developed by the International Labour Organization? Towards a Fair Global Labour Market addresses these questions from legal, economic, social and cultural perspectives. Arguing that free trade should not become coercive trade, Towards a Fair Global Labour Market will be essential reading for those interested in human rights issues, labour law, international affairs, economics and development.
Other author Mendes, Errol.
Sinding, Robert, 1970-
Subject International Labour Organisation.
World Trade Organization.
Labor policy -- International cooperation.
Labor laws and legislation, International.
Foreign trade and employment.
Investments, Foreign, and employment.
International trade -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Wages -- Effect of international trade on.
Employee rights.
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