To examine the relations of government, unions and business and available tripartite mechanisms in the formulation and implementation of trade and related policy matters.
To consider the implications of technology, work organisations, education and productivity for international competitiveness.
To evaluate the contribution of union research, education and organisation to union participation in trade related issues.
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