The Social Dimension of Globalization: A review of the literature.
Preface. The Technical Secretariat to support the World Commission on the Social Dimension of Globalization first prepared a synthesis of ILO activities on the Social Dimension of Globalization (published as Working Paper No. 1 in this series). Documentation on the work and outcomes of other major commissions, an ideas bank, a database and knowledge networks of experts and social actors were subsequently developed. These networks have dealt with several topics, including: inclusion at the national level for the benefits of globalization to reach more people; local markets and policies; cross-border networks of production to promote decent work, growth and development; international migration as part of the Global Policy Agenda; international governance (including trade and finance); the relationship between culture and globalization; and values and goals in globalization. Gender and employment aspects were addressed throughout this work. The Reports on the Secretariat’s Knowledge Network Meetings are available on the Commission’s web site or in a special publication from the ILO (ISBN 92-2-115711-1).
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Gunter, B.G, & van der Hoeven, R.E. (2004). The Social Dimension of Globalization: A review of the literature.. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/31328