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Economic globalisation and universal human rights both have the aspiration and view that, while the global economy is a vitally important civilising instrument.
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Human Rights and the Global Economy
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Regulating the market for broad social ends, including the protection and promotion of people's basic human rights, would not therefore especially surprise Smith. What would shock him however would be the idea of government's jumping into the market in order to save the skins of failed or failing capitalists. This promises to be a lively back-and-forth between two human rights leaders David Kinley demonstrates a masterly grasp of the economic and political dimension woven in with his primary expertise in law.
It is a must for anyone seeking to come to grips with the various human rights implications of globalisation.
Economic globalisation and universal human rights; 2. Trade and human rights; 3.
Aid and human rights; 4. Commerce and human rights; 5. Civilising globalisation ahead. Du kanske gillar.
Necessary Evil David Kinley Inbunden. Worldmaking after Empire Adom Getachew Inbunden. Inbunden Engelska, She has also worked in commercial and investment banking risk management in London and South Africa.
David Kinley holds the chair in human rights law at Sydney University and is an academic panel member of Doughty Street Chambers in London. He has also worked for many years on human rights matters with governments throughout Southeast Asia as well as with the United Nations, World Bank, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, and several transnational corporations.