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Labour Standards in International Economic Law

Edited by: Henner Gott

ISBN13: 9783319694467
Published: March 2018
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £123.00



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The book offers a comprehensive perspective on the highly topical issue of protecting and promoting labour standards in international economic law and the globalized economy. For the purpose of an in-depth analysis of both the specific and the fundamental aspects in this regard, it combines views from specialized academics of the legal and political sciences as well as experienced practitioners.

The contributions to this book do not only reveal recurring obstacles but also point at best practices and potential for synergies, providing important guidance for future research and practice in international economic and labour law and policy.

Subjects:
Employment Law, Law and Economics
Contents:
Henner Gott, Labour Standards in International Economic Law - An Introduction
Part I Setting the Scene: Peter-Tobias Stoll, International Economic and Social Dimensions - Divided or Connected?
Claire La Hovary, The ILO's Mandate and Capacity - Creating, Proliferating and Supervising Labour Standards for a Globalized Economy
Anne Trebilcock, Why the Shift from International to Transnational Law is Important for Labour Standards
Part II Labour Regulation of Trade, Investment and Finance: Thomas Cottier, WTO Law, Labour Standards and Human Rights - Implications of the EC-Seal Products case
Franziska Humbert, The Prohibition of Child Labour and Trade: Implications for the Debate on Constitutionalism
Tonia Novitz, Labour Standards and Trade: Need We Choose between 'Human Rights' and 'Sustainable Development'?
Jan Orbie, Lore van den Putte and Deborah Martens, Civil Society Meetings in EU Free Trade Agreements: The Purposes Unravelled
Patrick Abel, Comparative Conclusions on Arbitral Dispute Settlement in Trade-Labour Matters under US Free Trade Agreements
Henner Gott, An Internationalized Individual Labour Complaint Procedure for Workers, Trade Unions, Employers and NGOs in Future Free Trade Agreements
Reingard Zimmer, Implications of CETA and TTIP on Social Standards
Henner Gott and Till Patrik Holterhus, Mainstreaming Investment-Labour Linkage through `Mega-Regional' Trade Agreements
Franz Christian Ebert, Labour Standards and the World Bank. Analysing the Potential of Safeguard Policies for Protecting Workers
Part III Business Conduct and Labour Standards: Katja Gehne, Soft Standards and Hard Consequences - Why Transnational Companies Commit to Respect International Labour and Social Standards, and How this Relates to Business and Regulation
Rudiger Krause, The Promotion of Labour Standards through International Framework Agreements
Anja Seibert-Fohr, International Labour Standards in Private Litigation: The Case of the US Alien Torts Claims Act
Nazli Aghazadeh, Promoting Labour Standards in Global Supply Chains through Consumers' Choice - Is Social Labelling Effective?
Part IV Labour Standards in International Economic Law - A Proposal for Practice: Peter-Tobias Stoll, Henner Gott and Patrick Abel, A Model Labour Chapter for Future EU Trade Agreements.