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Labor Rights Annotated Bibliography

Basu, Arnab ; Chau, Nancy. Targeting Child Labor in Debt Bondage: Evidence, Theory, and Policy Implications. The World Bank Economic Review, Dec 2003, Vol.17(2), pp.255-281

Buzdugan Raluca and Shiva Halli (2009) ‘Labor Market Experiences of Canadian Immigrants with Focus on Foreign Education and Experience’, International Migration Review, 43, 2: 366-386
Castells, M. (1975) “Immigrant workers and class struggles in advanced capitalism: The Western European experience”, Politics and Society, Vol. 5: 33- 66
Enloe, Cynthia. “Women’s Labor is Never Cheap,” Chapter 7 in Bananas, Beaches, and Bases: Making Feminist Sense of International Politics. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. (P. 250-304).
Honey, Michael. Forty Years since King: Labor Rights Are Human Rights. OAH Magazine of History, 1 April 2008, Vol.22(2), pp.18-21

Kossoudji, Sherrie A. and Deborah A. Cobb‐Clark
. (2002). Coming out of the Shadows: Learning about Legal Status and Wages from the Legalized Population
. Journal of Labor Economics, Vol. 20, No. 3. pp. 598-628
Lewis & Mills, 4.4: “Debt-Bondage and Trafficking: Don’t Believe the Hype,” Alison Murray (p. 413-426)
Mishra, Lakshmidhar. History of Labour Rights. Social Change, 2012, Vol.42(3), pp.335-357

Oberoi, Pia. (2009). Defending the Weakest: The Role of International Human Rights Mechanisms in Protecting the Economic, Social and Cultural Rights of Migrants. International Journal on Multicultural Societies, Vol.11(1), pp.19-35

Parreñas, Rhacel Salazar (2000) ‘Migrant Filipina domestic workers and the international division of reproductive labor’, Gender & Society 14:4, 560-580
Salih, R. (2001) ‘Moroccan Migrant Women: Transnationalism, nation states and gender’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 27(4): 655- 671
Stone, John & Sherrie A. Kossoudji. (2016). Migration and the Labor Force. The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism, p 1427-1431.