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Task Force-specific Guides Spring 2022

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Major Guides to Statistics and Data

In addition to the statistical yearbooks, consult the topical guides available from the Pliny Fisk Library of Economics and Finance

US Labor Law

Daily Labor Report [Princeton only]

News coverage of key employment-related developments plus labor legislation, court decisions, regulatory actions, and administrative rulings. Available online from 1996; for 1941-1959, see MICROFILM S00427. For 1960+, see the print (Firestone) HD4802 .D3 and most recent issues in Current Periodicals.

Department of Labor: State Labor Laws

Includes links to state labor offices, state labor associations, state minimum wage laws, state child labor laws, and other state labor laws. Also includes links to state legislation on 34 labor-related topics enacted in 2013 and  2014. For 1980-2012, this information was published on an annual basis in the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Monthly Labor Review and articles have are archived under the subject category of “State Government” in the Monthly Labor Review Archive.

Employment and Labor Law: A Beginner’s Guide

Barbara Bavis and Robert Brammer, Legal Reference Librarians at the Library of Congress, have compiled a list of basic     treatises/handbooks/dictionaries, statutes/regulations, and other online sources.


Forced Labor: Reports and Publications

1. A global alliance against forced labour: global report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, 2005. Geneva : International Labour Office, 2005. 87 p. (ISBN: 9221153606) Report (International Labour Conference) ; 93rd session, 1 (B)

 2. Data and research on human trafficking : a global survey, edited by Frank Laczko and Elzbieta Gozdziak ; International Organization for Migration. Published/Created: Geneva : International Organization for Migration, c2005. 342 p. Notes: Offprint of the special issue of International Migration, v. 43 no. 1/2, 2005 (Geneva, International Organization for Migration). [Princeton only]

3. Federal Strategic Action Plan on Services for Victims of Human Trafficking in the United States 2013-2017. Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, 2014.

4. Forced labor: coercion and exploitation in the private economy, edited by Beate Andrees, Patrick Belser. Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2009. 229 p. (ISBN:9781588266644) (ILO Third Global Report)

5. Profits and poverty: the economics of forced labour. International Labour Office, 2014. 57 p.

Provides figures showing that the US$ 150 billion in profits from commercial sexual exploitation and forced economic exploitation, including domestic work, agriculture and other economic activities, is three times the amount previously estimated.

6. Stopping forced labour: global report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on fundamental principles and rights at work. International Labour Conference, 89th session 2001, Report I(B). Geneva: International Labour Office. 128 p. (ISBN: 9221119483)

7. Trafficking in Persons Report.  U.S. Department of State, 2001+

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