Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

After Rana Plaza

May 20, 2013 The New Yorker

Richard Locke's feature in The New Yorker explains the pressures consumers exert on global supply chains. “Often, the only way factories can make the variety and quantity of goods that brands want at the price points they’re willing to pay is to squeeze the workers.”

After Rana Plaza (comments by Richard Locke) – The New Yorker