Observations on International Labor Standards and Trade

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Alan B. Krueger;
(1996)
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This paper reviews the theoretical arguments for and against linking international labor standards to trade. Based on theory alone it is difficult to generalize about the effect of labor standards on efficiency and equity. Some economists have argued that international ... View more
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