Global Supply Chain Dynamics and Labour Governance: Implications for Social Upgrading

@inproceedings{Lee2016GlobalSC,
  title={Global Supply Chain Dynamics and Labour Governance: Implications for Social Upgrading},
  author={Joonkoo Lee},
  year={2016}
}
Global supply chains (GSCs) have become an integral part of the global economy, changing the patterns of trade, investment, and production in global industries. While the rise of GSCs poses new opportunities and challenges to workers, its impacts have yet to be fully understood. Building on a growing body of literature on GSCs and labour standards, this paper examines how the emergence and change of the fragmented cross-national production system affects social upgrading in developing countries… CONTINUE READING

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