Labor Rights in the Era of Globalization

Source: Law & Ethics of Human Rights, Vol. 3 Issue 2, 2009
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Berkeley Electronic Press is pleased to announce the following new special issue of Law & Ethics of Human Rights, featuring articles which explore themes such as the shifting philosophical foundations and conceptual framework of international labor rights and their relations to international human rights, transnational labor regulation and the changes that have occurred in practice, and the conceptualization of rights associated with these concepts, including freedom of association, minimum wage, and labor migration.

Guest Editors: Yossi Dahan, Academic Center of Law & Business
Faina Milman-Sivan, University of Haifa

Articles:

Freedom of Association as a Core Labor Right and the ILO: Toward a Normative Framework
Faina Milman-Sivan

The International Labor Organization in the Stag Hunt for Global Labor Rights
Alan Hyde

De-Territorializing Labor Law

Guy Mundlak

Collective Labor Rights and the European Social Model
Diamond Ashiagbor

Globalization and Social Justice: The Right to Minimum Wage

Hani Ofek-Ghendler

Comment on Alan Hyde: The Perils of Economic Justifications for International Labor Standards
Guy Davidov

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