Our goal is to capture, preserve, and make available to the public studies, commentaries, and reports that are placed online by organizations whose mission includes analyzing the effects of globalization on working conditions, labor markets, employment and unemployment, and other aspects of the workplace. Content will be continuously added, as new material becomes available online.
Because of copyright regulations, this page only includes the full text of material that is in the public domain or for which we have received specific permission from the organization sponsoring the study.
- Social Security and Protection in the Developing World. U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, January 1994.
- Labor Markets in the 21st Century: Skills and Mobility: Proceedings of a Joint United States and European Conference. U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs, September 2002.
- Free Trade’s Looming Threat to the World’s Garment Workers. Sweatshop Watch, October 2003.
- Free Trade’s Threat to California’s Garment Workers & Policy Actions for Economic Justice. Sweatshop Watch, May 2004.
- The Multi-Fibre Arrangement (MFA) and Free Trade’s Impact on the Garment Industry. Sweatshop Watch, November 11, 2004.
- Integrating Immigrants into the Workforce: North American and European Experiences U.S.Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs, 2004