Table of contents for Globalization and the future of labour law / edited by John D. R. Craig and S. Michael Lynk.


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Part I. Perspectives on Globalization: 1. The international labour dimension: an introduction Brian W. Burkett; 2. Who's afraid of globalization?: Reflections on the future of labour law Harry Arthurs; Part II. International Labour Standards: 3. Globalization and labour standards: a second look at the evidence Kevin Banks; 4. Globalization and the role of subsidiarity in the labour setting Ve;ronique Marleau; 5. A game-theory account and defence of transnational labour standards: a Preliminary Look at the Problem Alan Hyde; Part III. The European Union: 6. Industrial relations and EU enlargement Manfred Weiss; 7. Trends and challenges of the labour law in Central Europe Arturo Bronstein; 8. Labour market integration: lessons from the European Union Catherine Barnard; Part IV. The Americas: 9. Labour rights in the FTAA Lance Compa; 10. Globalization and the just society: core labour rights, the FTAA, and development Brian Langille; 11. The future of labour integration: the South American perspective Jose; Pastore; Part V. The ILO: 12. International labour standards in the globalized economy: Obstacles and opportunities for achieving progress Werner Sengenberger; 13. The growing importance of the International Labour Organization: the view from the United States Edward Potter; Part VII. Labour Rights: 14. Securing gender justice: The challenges facing international labour law Mary Cornish, Fay Faraday and Veena Verma; 15. International labour law and the protection of migrant workers: revitalizing the agenda in the era of globalization Ryzard Chloewinski.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Labor laws and legislation.
Globalization.