After a short introduction, this Article seeks to examine some of the legal and non-legal regulatory schemes which have been advanced as mechanisms by which labor unions might be able to achieve their objectives regarding the control of multinational enterprises. Within this general concern, this Article focuses on international, regional and foreign efforts to establish regulations, purposefully neglecting American labor's support of the Burke-Hartke bill about which so much has been written already.
International Labor and the Regulation of Multinational Corporations: Proposals and Prospects,
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