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Achieving workers' rights in the global economy [online] / Richard P. Appelbaum, Nelson Lichtenstein

Contributor(s): APPELBAUM, Richard P | LICHTENSTEIN, Nelson.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Ithaca [New York] : Cornell University Press, 2016Description: 1 resursă online (344 p.).ISBN: 9781501703355.Subject(s): | DE-Sociologie | | cărți electronice | cărți achiziții | cărți străine | științe socialeGenre/Form: resursă online Online resources: Acces la textul integral numai din contul de acces mobil.
Contents:
Frontmatter Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: Achieving Workers’ Rights in the Global Economy
Part I. Self-Governance: The Challenges and Limitations of Corporate Social Responsibility 1. Outsourcing Horror: Why Apparel Workers Are Still Dying, One Hundred Years after Triangle Shirtwaist 2. From Public Regulation to Private Enforcement: How CSR Became Managerial Orthodoxy 3. Corporate Social Responsibility: Moving from Checklist Monitoring to Contractual Obligation? 4. The Twilight of CSR: Life and Death Illuminated by Fire
Part II. Governance of Global Production Networks 5. The Demise of Tripartite Governance and the Rise of the Corporate Social Responsibility Regime 6. Deepening Compliance?: Potential for Multistakeholder Communication in Monitoring Labor Standards in the Value Chains of Brazil’s Apparel Industry 7. Law and the Global Sweatshop Problem 8. Assessing the Risks of Participation in Global Value Chains
Part III. Prospects for Workers' Rights in China 9. Apple, Foxconn, and China’s New Working Class 10. Labor Transformation in China: Voices from the Frontlines 11. CSR and Trade Union Elections at Foreign-Owned Chinese Factories
Part IV. A Way Forward 12. The Sustainable Apparel Coalition and Higg Index: A New Approach for the Apparel and Footwear Industry 13. Learning from the Past: The Relevance of Twentieth-Century New York Jobbers’ Agreements for Twenty-First-Century Global Supply Chains 14. Workers of the World Unite!: The Strategy of the International Union League for Brand Responsibility Notes References Contributors Index
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Frontmatter Contents Acknowledgments
Introduction: Achieving Workers’ Rights in the Global Economy

Part I. Self-Governance: The Challenges and Limitations of Corporate Social Responsibility 1. Outsourcing Horror: Why Apparel Workers Are Still Dying, One Hundred Years after Triangle Shirtwaist 2. From Public Regulation to Private Enforcement: How CSR Became Managerial Orthodoxy 3. Corporate Social Responsibility: Moving from Checklist Monitoring to Contractual Obligation? 4. The Twilight of CSR: Life and Death Illuminated by Fire

Part II. Governance of Global Production Networks 5. The Demise of Tripartite Governance and the Rise of the Corporate Social Responsibility Regime 6. Deepening Compliance?: Potential for Multistakeholder Communication in Monitoring Labor Standards in the Value Chains of Brazil’s Apparel Industry 7. Law and the Global Sweatshop Problem 8. Assessing the Risks of Participation in Global Value Chains

Part III. Prospects for Workers' Rights in China 9. Apple, Foxconn, and China’s New Working Class 10. Labor Transformation in China: Voices from the Frontlines 11. CSR and Trade Union Elections at Foreign-Owned Chinese Factories

Part IV. A Way Forward 12. The Sustainable Apparel Coalition and Higg Index: A New Approach for the Apparel and Footwear Industry 13. Learning from the Past: The Relevance of Twentieth-Century New York Jobbers’ Agreements for Twenty-First-Century Global Supply Chains 14. Workers of the World Unite!: The Strategy of the International Union League for Brand Responsibility Notes
References
Contributors
Index

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