Bangladesh apparel industry and its workers in a changing world economy

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Ahmed, N.;
(2006)
  • Publisher: S.n.
  • Subject: economische ontwikkeling | clothing construction | arbeidsverhoudingen | textile workers | economic development | handelsakkoorden | labour | labour relations | handel | trade agreements | economic change | workers | arbeid (werk) | kleding maken | globalisering | kleding | globalization | werkers | economische verandering | free trade | textielarbeiders | Ontwikkelingseconomie | textielindustrie | Development Economics | economics | trade | vrijhandel | clothing | textile industry | economie | bangladesh

This thesis explores and analyses recent changes and challenges faced by the apparel industry of Bangladesh and the consequences of those for the Bangladesh economy. More specifically, it explores and analyses the importance of the apparel industry in the Bangladesh eco... View more
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