Globalization and Regulatory Character: Regulatory Reform After the Kader Toy Factory Fire

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Ashgate, 2005 - Law - 206 pages
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Uniting critical debates on globalization with those on regulation, this book provides an innovative theoretical and empirical account of the fate of safety regulation in the face of global pressures. Offering critical contemporary social relevance, the author addresses the key question of whether globalization is making safety standards better or worse.

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