US multinationals and workers' rights globally

Business Ethics 7 (1):53–58 (1998)
History shows that legislation can make firms respect their workers’ rights and refrain from victimising them. Given the scale of disregard for workers’ rights around the globe and the absence of a global legislature, should the US step in to protect workforces globally, at least so far as concerns American multinationals? The author is completing her MBA at London Business School and has an American background in accountancy and banking
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DOI 10.1111/1467-8608.00087
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