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The Ilo At 100: Institutional Innovation In An Era Of Populism, Laurence R. Helfer Jan 2019

The Ilo At 100: Institutional Innovation In An Era Of Populism, Laurence R. Helfer

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The centenary of the International Labor Organization (ILO) provides an opportunity to take stock of the organization’s many achievements. But the centenary also calls for a clear-eyed assessment of the profound challenges that the ILO currently faces – including the growth of the informal and gig economies, digitization and automation, and rising material inequality – and the populist ferment that those trends have helped to engender. This essay, part of a forthcoming AJIL Unbound symposium on "The Transnational Futures of International Labor Law," sketches the ILO’s rich history of legal and policy innovation in response to changes in labor conditions ...


Is An Employment-Discrimination Award Taxable?, L. Scott Stafford Jan 1992

Is An Employment-Discrimination Award Taxable?, L. Scott Stafford

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Compensation For Loss Of Earning Capacity, Robert R. Wright Jan 1964

Compensation For Loss Of Earning Capacity, Robert R. Wright

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