The world is slipping into an era of economic globalization. The ramifications of such development are immense. As economic competition arrives from unseen locations and divergent cultures, U.S. governments and companies will be forced to discontinue prior methods of operation. As countries compete internationally, current differences between U.S. labor laws and the laws of less developed nations will increasingly become relevant.
Andrew K. Stutzman, Our Eroding Industrial Base: U.S. Labor Laws Compared With Labor Laws of Less Developed Nations in Light of the Global Economy, 12 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 135 (1993).