INTERNATIONAL LABOR LEGISLATION.
Item #: 6766
Published: Union; Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.; 2005.
Subjects: COMMERCIAL LAW, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS/ECONOMICS, INTERNATIONAL LAW, LABOR LAW
A study of the history and progress of international laboragreements, treaties, conventions and congresses thatresulted in labor legislation with internationalapplicability or influence on international commercialpractices by a Japanese scholar. Ayusawa begins with theorigins of international labor legislation in the earlynineteenth-century and concludes with an analysis of the1919 Washington Conference. Important for its historicalperspective, this study shows that the central issues ofglobalization debated today, such as the internationalcommunity's right to demand change in local labor practices,are the same ones that affected its phase during the late-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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