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Higher Wages for Sustainable Development? Employment and Carbon Effects of Paying a Living Wage in Global Apparel Supply Chains

Simon Mair, Angela Druckman, Tim Jackson | Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity, University of Surrey | 01/23/2019

In this paper we explore how paying a living wage in global supply chains might affect employment and carbon emissions: Sustainable Development Goals 8 and 13. Previous work has advocated using wage increases for poorer workers to…

International Trade, Development Traps, and the Core-Periphery Structure of Income Inequality

Dominik Hartmann, Mayra Bezerra, Beatrice Lodolo, and Flavio L. Pinheiro | University of Hohenheim, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, and NOVA IMS | 01/23/2019

Trade Facilitation and Social Welfare in Africa

Daniel Sakyi, Isaac Bonuedi, Eric Evans Osei Opuku | Journal of African Trade | 01/18/2019

Improving social welfar...

Assessing the European Union’s North Africa trade agreements

Uri Dadush and Yana Myachenkova | Bruegel | 11/26/2018

Executive Summary The trade agreements that...

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