State Extraterritorial Regulation and Decent Work in the Asia Pacific
John Howe, Ingrid Landau
Research Handbook on Labour, Business and Human Rights Law | Edward Elgar Publishing | Published : 2019
It is widely accepted that the State has principal responsibility for establishing and maintaining regulatory frameworks for the effective protection of labour and human rights within its own borders. Less clear has been the extent to which it is desirable or necessary for the State to play a role in regulating companies domiciled within its territory with respect to their transnational business activities and relationships.