Peter-Tobias Stoll, Henner Gött, Patrick Abel

Model labour chapter for European Union trade agreements

Free trade agreements can lead to lower labour standards due to stronger competition and price pressure. By including enforceable labour standards in trade agreements these trade deals will start to benefit workers. This Model Labour Chapter for European Union trade agreements serves as a state-of-the-art, ready to use blueprint for decision-makers.

Stoll, Peter-Tobias; Gött, Henner; Abel, Patrick
Model labour chapter for European Union trade agreements / Peter-Tobias Stoll, Henner Gött, Patrick Abel. - Singapore : Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Office for Regional Cooperation in Asia, February 2020. - 46 Seiten = 240 KB, PDF-File. -
Electronic ed.: Singapore : FES, 2020

Stoll, Peter-Tobias; Gött, Henner; Abel, Patrick

Model labour chapter for European Union trade agreements

Peter-Tobias Stoll, Henner Gött, Patrick Abel. - Singapore : Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Office for Regional Cooperation in Asia, February 2020<
Singapore, 2020

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