Transnationalism in the Regulation of Labor Relations:

Show simple item record David M. Trubek, Jim Mosher, and Jeffrey S. Rothstein
dc.coverage.spatial United States 2016-01-07T15:23:40Z 2016-01-07T15:23:40Z
dc.description.abstract This paper examines prospects for transnational advocacy and regimes as a way to buttress national labor laws and institutions in an interlocking mosaic and thus ensure the continuation of strong systems of industrial relations under conditions of increasing economic integration. We argue that there is a role for translational solutions as a supplement to national systems, and we assess the conditions necessary to make this approach effective. We look at a variety of possible actors and arenas that could foster transnationalism and provide illustrations of transnational advocacy and regime building. We conclude that elements of a multilevel, public-private transnational regime are present in some parts of the world and that these elements can occasionally be knit together. We find that prospects for an effective and sustainable system of transnational multi-level regulation are greater when regional integration pacts such as the EU and NAFTA create transnational norms or forums. But, based on preliminary analysis of transnational advocacy and regulation in these two areas, we also conclude that no fully effective has yet emerged.
dc.language.iso English
dc.title Transnationalism in the Regulation of Labor Relations:
dc.ceja.source Fuente: Law and Social Inquiry

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