Labour Standards Regulation in a Globalised Economy: A Review of Existing Paradigms

@inproceedings{Akorsu2018LabourSR,
  title={Labour Standards Regulation in a Globalised Economy: A Review of Existing Paradigms},
  author={Angela Dziedzom Akorsu},
  year={2018}
}
Recent global development paradigms such as the deregulation of labour markets in tandem with the informalisation have weakened the power of trade unions as well as that of the state in all countries, irrespective of their unique circumstances. One area most affected by this reduced union and state power is the inspection and enforcement of labour standards, especially along value chains and among informal economy operators. A space has therefore been created for an emergence and a… CONTINUE READING

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