There have been a number of developments in world trade and production since the 1960's which have been regarded as heralding the emergence of a New International Division of Labour. It has been argued that Latin America's position in the international division of labour has changed relatively little in the past twenty to twenty-five years, contrary to this concept of a New International Division of Labour.
|Publisher||Development Studies Discussion Paper - University of East Anglia|
|Number of pages||43|
|Publication status||Published - 1988|