International Labour Law examines the different interdependent regulatory solutions for the establishment and enforcement of international core labour rights as defined by the International Labour Organisation and other key international institutions. Analysing the tensions between these rights and the interests of international economic institutions and other stakeholders such as multinational corporations, it examines existing studies of the legal interactions between international law sources, state policies, private actors and other initiatives with regard to potential conflicts on labour matters. Providing a broad introduction to international labour law, it offers a clear introduction to the key regulatory systems, allowing students to critically analyse the strengths and weaknesses of each system in a range of contexts.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 304
Dimensions: 235 x 159 mm