Skip to:


Cross-coupling of International and National Law: Labour Market Nondiscrimination Legislation for Women, 1958-2005
Working Paper

Published By

CDDRL Working Papers

January 2009

When and why do nation states pass labour market non-discrimination legislation for women? Using world society and social movement theory, this paper examines the effect of international and domestic influences on domestic legislation via an event history analysis from 1958 to 2005. Special attention is paid to the conventions and declarations of the United Nation`s (UN) agency for work, the International Labour Organization (ILO).

Publication Materials
Complete Download pdf

Share This Publication