#16_Union networks in global production: Reclaiming lost territory in supply chains?

The realities of global production are often in conflict with demands for a societal embeddedness of economic activity through establishing responsibility and accountability of transnational businesses. This holds especially for work and employment, because labour is relatively immobile in comparison with capital, leading to a globalization – driven by large multinational firms, free trade agreements,Continue reading “#16_Union networks in global production: Reclaiming lost territory in supply chains?”