- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- An introduction to the role of labour standards in development* **
- 1 Comparative institutional advantage in the context of development*
- 2 Human freedom and human capital*
- 3. Gender, equality and capabilities*
- 4 The political economy of women’s human rights*
- 5 Promoting equality through social inclusion*
- 6 Some remarks on the economics of child labour<sup>*</sup>
- 7 Child labour*
- 8 The very basis of our existence*
- 9 Development, the movement of persons and labour law*
- 10 Corporate social responsibility*
- 11 Corporate social responsibility meets traditional supervision of fundamental labour rights*
- 12 Big unions and big business*
- An afterword*
- The Role of Labour Standards in Development
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