The Transnational Governance of Human Trafficking in Japan

@inproceedings{ChapmanSchmidt2017TheTG,
  title={The Transnational Governance of Human Trafficking in Japan},
  author={Ben Chapman-Schmidt},
  year={2017}
}
Over the last two decades, governments and civil society groups have increasingly sought to govern human trafficking around the world, including by passing a major international Trafficking Protocol. Although the rise of human trafficking governance has been wellresearched, much of this research has focussed on countries with weak economies and governance institutions. In these countries, foreign governments and NGOs can exert direct economic pressure to achieve policy changes, making it… 
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