The world history of casual labor
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The social division in general of world labor
The history of migrant labor
- Migrant Workers Challenging Global Structures
- Seoul, South Korea Conference Statement. 9 September 1996. The
impact of globalization and structural adjustment.
- World migration tops 120 million, says ILO
- The Jakarta Post, 3 March 2000. ILO report indicates
that, far from reducing international migration flows -- by
moving products instead of people -- globalization will give
rise to increased migration pressures in the years ahead,
- Globalisation likely to increase migration pressures,
- AFP, 2 March 2000. The globalization of the world economy will
intensify migration as the freer flow of goods and capital worsens
income inequalities and shakes up traditional labor markets.
The history of immigrant labor
- Response to NYT editorial
- By David Bacon, 23 February 2000. Author defends the AFL-CIO's
reversal in its position regarding immigrant labor. The original
editorial is also here reproduced.
- Newer markets beckon Indian IT professionals
- Cyber India Online, 13 December 2000. Europe and Asia-Pacific
region are now beginning to compete with the US for Indian
IT labor. Example of how globalization dissolves national
links with labor.