Labor Standards and International Trade

@inproceedings{Stern1998LaborSA,
  title={Labor Standards and International Trade},
  author={Robert Mitchell Stern},
  year={1998}
}
There is a wide disparity of views on issues of international labor standards. Labor and social activists are concerned about the increased imports from countries in which labor standards are ostensibly not enforced at a sufficiently high level. They fear that these imports will be detrimental to wages and working conditions in the industrialized importing countries. The purpose of this paper is to explore these different views and the available options for addressing the issues involved. The… CONTINUE READING

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