#4_The Covid lesson: Risks and dangers of violating labour standards

In many countries, media are full of mass infection cases in workplaces such as parcel delivery centers or meat packaging plants, but also elderly care homes, hospitals and schools. End of April, after a series of service delivery centers’ worker protests, even the resignation of a high-ranking business executive made global headlines: Tim Bray, AmazonContinue reading “#4_The Covid lesson: Risks and dangers of violating labour standards”

#3_Labour inspection in global value creation networks?

While the deepening of the trade in services and goods has surely enriched global economic development in various ways, its accompanying international division of labour comes along with a widespread and ongoing violation of global labour standards. Apparently, even more so as recent decades have seen the rise of network forms in coordinating economic activitiesContinue reading “#3_Labour inspection in global value creation networks?”