The two‐way interaction between globalization and labour market policies

@inproceedings{Downes2004TheTI,
  title={The two‐way interaction between globalization and labour market policies},
  author={Andrew S. Downes and Rafael G{\'o}mez and Morley Gunderson},
  year={2004}
}
Labour market and social policies both affect and are affected by the process of trade liberalization and globalization. This two-way interaction and the feedback effects are the focus of this paper. The analysis is mainly conceptual—but examples are illustrated throughout, based mainly in the context of labour markets in North America, Latin America and the Caribbean basin. Attention is paid to outlining the mechanisms whereby globalization and trade liberalization affect labour market and… CONTINUE READING

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