3 edition of Transnational Labour Regulation found in the catalog.
May 28, 2001 by Kluwer Law International .
Written in English
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Labour relations have not been labelled as CSR research because the latter tends to focus on the voluntary initiatives of corporations, and little has been written about the articulation between voluntary CSR initiatives and mandatory labour law regulations. CSR is presented in this chapter as a new form of social regulation for labour relations within transnational companies. “Transnational domestic labor regulation” (TDLR) is unilateral regulation introduced by a national government that is designed to influence labor practices in foreign jurisdictions. Many governments already use a variety of measures to try and influence foreign labor practices. The Prospects for Transnational Labor Regulation: Reconciling Globalization and Labor Rights in the EU and NAFTA, in Advancing Labour Law Theory in the Global Economy (edited by Thomas Wilthagen, Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschapen, Elsevier Science Publishers, ). Transnational Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations (SI /) is a UK labour law that requires employers to inform and consult employees on significant changes to businesses in a standing procedure. This is called a transnational work council, and is available if the employer operates in two or more European Union member states.
Labour and environmental law operate in silos. This is equally true in the transnational sphere, despite the endorsement of UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Labour rights as human rights appear easier to grasp than environmental human rights, and the UNGPs specifically highlight the work of the by: 2.
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This book examines the role that European employee representatives play in the restructuring of firms. In a globalized economy, company internationalization and transnational restructuring Transnational Labour Regulation book of growing concern for employees and trade : Hardcover.
This book illuminates the process and substance of transnational regulation of labour in a global economy. Transnational labour regulation, a central feature of the European social model, engages the 27 Member States of the European Union, and.
This book illuminates the process Transnational Labour Regulation book substance of transnational regulation of labour in a global economy. Transnational Labour Regulation book labour regulation, a central feature of the European social model, engages the 27 Member States of the European Union, and is of potential importance to the rest of the world.
Transnational Labour Regulation: The ILO and EC Compared by Jill Murray,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Transnational Labour Regulation: The ILO and EC Compared. Hardbound. Qty. This book argues that the rules of the International Labour Organization (ILO) and those of the EC governing working time can Transnational Labour Regulation book seen as examples of transnational labour regulation, and can be compared on that basis.
Transnational labour regulation, a central feature of the European social model, engages the 27 Member States of the European Union, Transnational Labour Regulation book is of potential importance to the rest of the world.
The book analyses the attempts at transnational regulation of temporary agency work through the social Transnational Labour Regulation book between trade unions and employers’ organisations at European level and the Author: Kerstin Ahlberg, Brian Bercusson, Niklas Bruun.
Labour law scholars, in their attempts to revitalize the practice and study of their discipline, have recently turned toward the study of development. This chapter interrogates this turn, drawing on Amartya Sen’s human freedoms Transnational Labour Regulation book capability approach, as well as on the political economic foundations of labour migration, understood through an anti-racist, historical materialist lens.
Sen. Capital mobility has created new conditions for the mobility of labor. Economic practices and technology have contributed to the formation of a transnational space for the circulation of capital. Policies, many originating in the United States, delimit, regulate and make this space viable.
Transnational labor regulation (TLR) is the ﬁeld of law that concerns the regulation of work in the transnational sphere, across jurisdictions.1 Itis expansiveinscope,andisconstitutedbyanumberofregulatoryandacademic ﬁeldsthatimpacttransnationalwork,includinginter alia public international law, labor law, trade law, File Size: KB.
governments have turned to the creation of non-state, private regimes of labor regulation that operate, by and large, separately from state labor regulatory regimes. Transnational labor regulation (TLR) is the field of law that concerns the regulation of work in the transnational sphere, across jurisdictions.
TLR has been described as a. Aim and scope of this book 2. Labour in the new global economy 3. Dilemmas of labour laws 4.
The case for transnational regulation 1. Aim and scope of this book This Transnational Labour Regulation book of this book is to examine the new methods of transnational labour regulation1 tha. This book argues that the rules of the International Labour Organization (ILO) and those of the EC governing working time can be seen as examples of transnational labour regulation, and can be compared on that basis.
Contrary to certain orthodoxies about the rule-making roles of each institution, there has been Transnational Labour Regulation book significant degree of. This book explores rising labor unrest in China as it integrates into the global political economy. The book highlights the tensions present between China’s efforts to internationalize and accept claims to respect freedom of association rights, and its continuing insistence on a restrictive, and often punitive, approach to worker organizations.
Wombs in Labor is an important book that sheds light on the workings of transnational commercial surrogacy in India. This book is a valuable read for anyone interested in commercial surrogacy, global inequality and women's labor. Transnational Labour Regulation: the ILO and EC Compared.
This book offers an insightful, thoughtful and inspiring account of the nature(s) and purpose(s) of EU labour law and is a hugely. The book further analyses linguistic and terminological challenges in the field of labour law in the EU’s multi-lingual legal environment.
Subsequent chapters cover various theoretical and practical issues, such as the impact of chain-liability regulatory models on the legal situation of workers in subcontracting networks, and modern work.
Book description. Labor Rights and Multinational Production investigates the relationship between workers' rights and multinational production. Mosley argues that some types of multinational production, embodied in directly owned foreign investment, positively affect labor by: In Transnational Labour Law, Antonio Ojeda Avilés examines the mixture of private and public regulation – both substantive and procedural – that characterizes employment relations virtually everywhere in the world today, allowing the reader to gain insight into how this interaction of public and private rules affects the employment relationship.
The book’s detailed discussions of ILO and EU measures deal not with. Hybrid Transnational Self-Regulation Sonja Mangold _____ BOOK REVIEWS. Root-Cause Regulation: Protecting Work and Workers in the Twenty-First Century reviewed by César F.
Rosado Marzán. Governance by Numbers: The Making of a Legal Model of Allegiance reviewed by Alan Bogg. Labour laws provide an excellent case study of the creation of a new framework to reconcile free trade and investment with social objectives.
This book,written by a leading authority on international and comparative labour law, provides a thoughtful and comprehensive analysis of the new methods of transnational labour regulation that are emerging in response to globalisation. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Transactional labour regulation: process and substance / Brian Bercusson --Denmark, Finland and Sweden: temporary agency work integrated in the collective bargaining system / Kerstin Ahlberg and Niklas Bruun --The UK: responding to the need for protection in a system preoccupied.
Transnational Labour Regulation Working Time as an International Problem: The ILO in the Inter-War Years European Integration and the First Model Labour Standards, Fundamental Rights and the Second Model The International Regulation of Part-time Work and the Third Model Free Online Library: In defense of transnational domestic labor regulation.
by "Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law"; Commercial treaties Laws, regulations and rules International business enterprises Labor law Evaluation Multinational corporations Trade agreements Unfair labor practices.
“Transnational domestic labor regulation” (TDLR) is unilateral regulation introduced by a national government that is designed to influence labor practices in foreign jurisdictions.
Many governments already use a variety of measures to try and influence foreign labor : David J. Doorey. Regulating Transnational Labour in Europe: The quandaries of multilevel governance Institutt for privatrett.
Skriftserie / It was a mere few weeks prior to finalizing the editing of this book that the last with labour market regulation, and with international labour standards and fundamental social rights. This is amply. The volume underscores transnational labour law's capacity to build hard and soft law bridges to migration, climate change and development.
The volume roots transnational labour law in a counter-hegemonic struggle for social justice. Bringing together the. Books and reports; Women’s ILO: Transnational networks, global labour standards and gender Book. Women’s ILO: Transnational networks, global labour standards and gender equity, to Present.
What is the place of women in global labour policies. This book gathers new research on a century of ILO engagement with women’s by: 5. The book examines labour law as the regulation of a particular kind of contractual relationship, that is, contract of employment, and of the institutional framework, including trade unions, collective bargaining, managerial hierarchies, government departments and agencies, within which it operates.
‘Globalization pushes the boundaries of markets. Alongside the greater “goods” of transnational economic activity come the “bads” of unregulated conduct. This important book looks to the new frontiers of legal intervention to make sure that global markets. Activists have exposed startling forms of labor exploitation and environmental degradation in global industries, leading many large retailers and brands to adopt standards for fairness and sustainability.
This book is about the idea that transnational corporations can push these standards through their global supply chains, and in effect, pull factories, forests, and farms out of their local. The metaphor ‘exit strategy’ is often used in current European discussions, in connection with the impact of the economic and financial crisis.
This chapter adapts the same metaphor to the role of collective actors. An accentuated mobility of companies and labour generates new transnational collective interests and challenges traditional ideas in labour law.
Transnational Private Governance and its Limits. as closely integrated and seek to broaden the scope of enquiry by including new patterns and agents of change on a transnational basis. This book will be of great interest to researchers and students of political science, international political economy, economics, business studies Cited by: Book Description ‘Free trade’ strategies have increasingly become a problem for the international labour movement.
While trade unions in the North especially in manufacturing have supported free trade agreements to secure export markets for their companies, trade unions in the Global South oppose these agreements, since they often imply deindustrialisation. Transnational Production and Globalization Globalization is an oft-cited term that can usefully serve as shorthand.
However, this shorthand runs the risk of lumping together a broad range of complex economic, political, and cultural phenomena. Globalization describes both the benefits and costs of living in a globally connected : Miliann Kang, Donovan Lessard, Laura Heston, Sonny Nordmarken, Kang, Miliann. Transnational labour migration from Indonesia and Vietnam.
The history and scale of transnational labour migration from Vietnam and Indonesia differ greatly. Transnational migration is long established in Indonesia while it is a recent (but rapidly growing) phenomenon in Vietnam.
Indonesia started labour exports in the s and by mid Cited by: The need for foreign exchange earnings together with the pressure to relieve domestic unemployment are two principal reasons for the promotion of transnational labour migration by labour-sending countries (Wickramasekera, 8).
The potential of reaping positive economic benefits from international migration is immense for poorer by: 5.
Labor and the Global Economy: Four Approaches to Transnational Labor Regulation Katherine Van Wezel Stone Cornell Law School Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Comparative and Foreign Law Commons, European Law Commons, Labor and Employment Law Commons, and the Transnational Law CommonsCited by: Book Description.
Transnational trade union action has expanded significantly over the last few decades and has taken a variety of shapes and trajectories. This book is concerned with understanding the spatial extension of trade union action, and in particular the development of new forms of collective mobilization, network-building, and forms.
In what circumstances can transnational business governance interactions (TBGIs)—the myriad overlaps, intersections, conflicts, collisions and synergies amongst the actors and institutions involved in transnational regulation of business activity—be harnessed to enhance the quality of transnational regulation and advance the interests of marginalized actors?Author: Stepan Wood.
Regulation pdf Inequality at Work shows how workers can have an increased voice by using tools outside of the typical legal ones. Without state protection, the rights can be viewed as less stringent. Without state protection, the rights can be viewed as less : Vanisha H.
Sukdeo. The scope of the challenge to transnational labour law. Transnational labour download pdf developed alongside what Harry Arthurs has described as ‘mass production manufacturing’, 45 which led predominantly to domestic and transnational trade in goods.
Lobbying for the first labour laws stemmed from an understanding that there were significant Cited by: 2.Download Citation | Ebook private regulation and the transformation of labour rights organizations in emerging markets: new markets for labour support work in China | Author: Sabrina Zajak.