About the Program
Better Factories Cambodia is an initiative of the ILO and IFC launched in 2001. BFC provides training and assessments to Cambodian factories with the goal of improving working conditions and worker lives.
“Is Social Compliance Win-Win for workers and Firms? Evidence from Better Factories Cambodia” Ana Antolin, Laura Babbitt, Drusilla Brown and Howard Wen. Better Work Discussion Paper No. 39. ILO, Geneva. September 2020.
“Sexual Harassment: Causes and Remediation. Evidence from Better Factories Cambodia.” Laura Babbitt, Drusilla Brown, and Ana Antolin. Better Work Discussion Paper No. 38. ILO, Geneva. September 2020.
“Who Complies? Beliefs, Norms, Dehumanization, Mindset. Evidence from Better Factories Cambodia.” Laura Babbitt, Drusilla Brown, Jiaqi Yuan. May 2019.
“Laws, Costs, Norms, and Learning: Improving Working Conditions in Developing Countries.” Drusilla Brown, Rajeev Dehejia and Raymond Robertson. IZA Discussion Paper No. 10025. Bonn, Germany. June 2016.
“Retrogression in working conditions: Evidence from Better Factories Cambodia.” Drusilla Brown, Rajeev Dehejia, Raymond Robertson. Better Work Discussion Paper No. 6. ILO, Geneva. April 2012.
“Labor Law Compliance and Human Resources Management Innovation: Better Factories Cambodia.” Raymond Robertson, Rajeev Dehejia, Drusilla Brown, and Debra Ang. Better Work Discussion Paper No. 1. ILO, Geneva. January 2011.
Working conditions and factory survival: Evidence from better factories Cambodia. Rev Dev Econ. 2021; 00: 1– 27. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/rode.12719, , .
Ang, D., Brown, D., Dehejia, R. and Robertson, R. (2012), Public Disclosure and Labor Law Compliance. Review of Development Economics, 16: 594-607. https://doi-org/10.1111/rode.12006
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