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Title: Incorporating the core international labour standards on freedom of association and collective bargaining into Vietnam's legal system
Authors: Nghia, Pham Trong
Advisors: Chigara, B
Bantekas, I
Kean, D
Keywords: International labour organisation (ILO)
International labour standards (ILS)
Core international labour standards (CILS)
Freedom of association and collective bargaining
Vietnam law
Vietnam‘s legal system
Publication Date: 2010
Abstract: This Dissertation evaluates the potential opportunities, challenges and outcomes attendant on Vietnam’s modernisation effort through the incorporation of International Labour Organisation (ILO) Core International Labour Standards (CILS) on freedom of association and collective bargaining into Vietnam law. The Dissertation shows that although Vietnam is likely to benefit from incorporating the CILS on freedom of association and collective bargaining into its legal system, its constitutional value system is not currently consistent with those of particular ILO CILS. It offers recommendations on pre- substantive and procedural measures necessary to ensure the successful reception of ILO CILS on freedom of association and collective bargaining into Vietnam legal practice.
Description: This thesis was submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy and awarded by Brunel University.
Sponsorship: I wish to convey my sincere thanks to the Vietnamese Government for awarding me the 322 Project Scholarships and the British Government for granting me the Overseas Research Students Awards (ORSAS) that made this research financially possible.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/4600
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