Readership: Scholars and advanced students of labour law and human rights.
Edited by Philip Alston, Professor of Law at New York University Law School
Notes on Contributors
Philip Alston: 1. Labour Rights as Human Rights: The Not so Happy State of the Art
Simon Deakin: 2. Social Rights in a Globalized Economy
Patrick Macklem: 3. The Right to Bargain Collectively in International Law: Workers' Right, Human Right, International Right?
Francis Maupain: 4. Is the ILO Effective in Upholding Workers' Rights?: Reflections on the Myanmar Experience
Steve Charnovitz: 5. The Labor Dimension of the Emerging Free Trade Area of the Americas
Anne Davies: 6. Should the EU Have the Power to Set Minimum Standards for Collective Labour Rights in the Member States?
Tonia Novitz: 7. The European Union and International Labour Standards: The Dynamics of Dialogue Between the EU and the ILO