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Globalization and Human Rights

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Editors: Professor Malcolm Langford, Professor Cesar Rodriguez-Garavito

The series provides unique and multi-disciplinary perspectives on the interface of the global economy and human rights. It offers space for exploring the challenges of globalization, the role of human rights in framing and shaping regulation and politics and, more critically, whether human rights are a mere product or legitimation of globalization.

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There are 11 books in this series...

Business and Human Rights

Beyond the End of the Beginning
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Business and Human Rights

Beyond the End of the Beginning
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Contesting World Order?

Socioeconomic Rights and Global Justice Movements
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Contesting World Order?

Socioeconomic Rights and Global Justice Movements
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The Future of Economic and Social Rights

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