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Case Analysis - Ikea and Child Labour
This paper builds on the class discussion of the case:
Bartlett, C. (2006). IKEA’s Global Sourcing Challenge: Indian Rugs and Child Labor, by, Case Study from the Harvard Business School, No. 9-906-414
This paper outlined the issues raised by child labour in the supply chain, placing it in the context of international conventions related to child labour. The discussion are about the following topics: Is child labour always a bad thing? If IKEA does discover child labour in its supply chain, what options does it have to deal with it? How can it work with international stakeholders to prevent any future likelihood of child labour?