“How Labor Standards Can Be Good for Growth” – Harvard Business Review – April 27, 2016

In an article published in Harvard Business Review on April 27, 2016 Professor Eric Verhoogen, Vice Dean of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, posits that “Nike is a leading example of how both anti-sweatshop campaigns and labor standards in trade agreements can be good for innovation and growth in developing countries.”  In the article, Professor Verhoogen describes the research he and colleagues conducted in several Asian companies that supply Nike and profiles Nike’s development – from supply chain scandals in the 1990s to the 2005 publishing of its supply chain online to today.

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