Labor Standards and Trade

@inproceedings{Stern2000LaborSA,
  title={Labor Standards and Trade},
  author={Robert Mitchell Stern},
  year={2000}
}
This paper explores the wide disparity of views on issues of international labor standards and the available options for addressing the issues involved. The discussion and analysis include: the definition and scope of labor standards; theoretical aspects of the economic effects of labor standards and the available empirical evidence; global, regional, national/unilateral, and other arrangements for the monitoring and enforcement of labor standards; and implications for policy in dealing with… CONTINUE READING

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