Labor trafficking plagues international supply chains. A few countries require companies to disclose the measures they've taken to address the exploitation of workers, but when it comes to enforcing compliance, legislation often falls short. Sociologist Stephanie Limoncelli argues that transparency laws must also be accompanied by efforts to promote social inclusion and economic development.
Legal Limits: Ending Human Trafficking In Supply Chains
STEPHANIE A. LIMONCELLI is an associate professor of sociology at Loyola Marymount University, chair of the Global Division of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, and a visiting scholar at the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment.
Stephanie A. Limoncelli; Legal Limits: Ending Human Trafficking In Supply Chains. World Policy Journal 1 March 2017; 34 (1): 119–123. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/07402775-3903628
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