This chapter endeavours to draw whatever general conclusions are possible from the case-studies of the various countries in the eight preceding chapters. In so doing we will endeavour to gather together evidence from the studies responding to the hypotheses set out in Chapter 1. In the second part of the chapter some suggestions are presented on potentially fruitful areas for further research. The third and final part examines the implications of the case-studies for the policies which might be adopted by governments, trade unions, employers’ organisations and consumer associations in developing countries. In these countries appropriate product choice may have an especially significant contribution to make to the alleviation of poverty and the generation of employment opportunities.
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- Conclusions and Policy Implications
Wouter van Ginneken
- Palgrave Macmillan UK
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