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III. The (Neglected) Employment Dimension of the World Trade Organization

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This section contains details of editors and contributors of this book, which examines the extent to which international labour issues have become issue of concern within the European Union, the ILO, and the OECD. Concern over the relationship between human rights, social justice and international trade competitiveness has led to the inclusion of the issue of the rights of workers in the agenda of leading international organizations.

Keywords: European Union (EU); globalization; ILO; international organizations; labour rights; OECD; social issues



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