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Chapter 12: Regulating Work and Employment Internationally: The Emergence of Soft Regulation
- To explain the meaning and development of regulation
- To outline the way regulation has been changing
- To discuss the ways in which multinational corporations are regulated in new and ‘soft’ ways in the international context
- To outline the dilemmas related to regulation in the transnational context
This chapter addresses the notion of regulation and the transformation of regulation, in relation to work and the management of the employment relationship. We explore how we should understand the concept of regulation and why it is important for our understanding of the management of employment internationally. Regulation is often taken as being synonymous with the role of law ...