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Globalization and labor conditions

by Robert J. Flanagan

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor policy,
  • Labor,
  • Labor laws and legislation, International,
  • Employee rights,
  • Industrial welfare,
  • Foreign trade and employment,
  • Globalization -- Economic aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRobert J. Flanagan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD7795 .F63 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3418232M
    ISBN 100195306007
    LC Control Number2005034574

    The Consequences of Economic Globalization on Working Conditions, Labor Relations, and Workers’ Health Chapter: (p) Chapter 8 The Consequences of Economic Globalization on Working Conditions, Labor Relations, and Workers’ Health Source: Globalization and Health Author(s): Christer Hogstedt David H. Wegman Tord Kjellstrom Publisher:Author: Christer Hogstedt. Globalization and Labour Conditions: Working Conditions and Worker Rights in a Global Economy. By ROBERT J. FLANAGAN Article (PDF Available) in Economica 77() January with Reads.

    Globalization and the Future of Labour Law - edited by John D. R. Craig April 3 - The impact of globalization on labour standards. By Kevin Banks, Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Globalization and Labor Conditions. Robert J. Flanagan Additional contact information Robert J. Flanagan: Stanford University in OUP Catalogue from Oxford University Press. Abstract: This book explains how three major mechanisms of globalization - international trade, international migration, and the activities of multinational companies - have altered working conditions and Cited by:

    Explains how three mechanisms of globalization - international trade, international migration, and the activities of multinational companies - have altered working conditions around the world during This book finds that trade, migration, and multinational companies are associated with improvements in world labor conditions.   This book explores the impact of neoliberal globalization on labour markets and the state in the developed and developing world. It focuses especially on the United States and the economies of Asia – in particular, India. Are the existing labour market conditions and forms of labour organizations misfits in the globalized business world?Author: Michael Goldfield.


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This unique study reviews employment conditions in Asia and the Pacific in the context of globalization and the increasing pressures towards flexibilization. It places a strong focus on the divergent experiences of individual workers regarding their employment Cited by: Globalization and Labor Conditions.

As more and more countries around the world begin trading with one another, there is an increase in the amount. In this impressively argued, empirically supported analysis of the evolution of working conditions in today's world, the Stanford economist Flanagan addresses the contention, advanced aggressively in political discussions, that globalization worsens the conditions of labor, spurring a "race to the bottom." Based on analyses of 30 years of data from many countries, Flanagan.

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Drawing on analyses of a database on international labor conditions assembled for this project and a growing research. The importance in studying the effects of globalization on the labor market lies in the fact that earnings from labor represent the main source of income for the great majority of the inhabitants of developing nations and especially of the poorer groups of workers, who lack ownership of any other material assets.

Indeed, Robert Flanagan () in his book, Globalization and Labor Conditions challenges the contention that globalization worsens the conditions of labor by creating a "race to the bottom Author: Robert J. Flanagan. The globalization of labor and manufacturing is at a point in which unions do not see stopping it as a viable option, rather they see a need to adapt to it and push to have greater control over globalization, providing greater protection for American labor as well as the foreign labor that is being exploited.

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Economically, globalization has an effect on the nation as other nations become dependent in terms of macroeconomic health (Lenz, ). The labor sector has also been affected by this process of globalization. The working conditions and labor terms have experienced a change and revolution to suite the new world interaction.“I can’t find any evidence that supports the race-to-the-bottom view,” says Robert Flanagan, a Stanford economics professor and author of Globalization and Labor Conditions: Working Conditions and Worker Rights in a Global Economy.

“Free trade does tend to improve conditions for workers and consumers around the world.”.Globalization of the Labor Market and Income Distribution.

These forces of globalization have been associated with both rising living standards and a deterioration in income distribution in advanced countries: Low-skilled wages have remained flat or even declined, while high-skilled wages have increased sharply.