Published April 28, 2014 by Public Services Internaonal www.world-psi.org
The authors wish to acknowledge the assistance and advice of Larry Brown, Penny Clarke, Marc Maes, Teresa Marshall, Daniel Poon, Oliver Prausmuller, Sanya Reid-Smith and Stuart Trew. We also wish to thank Gary Schneider for his skilful eding. Sco Sinclair also wishes to thank those ocials who parcipated in condenal research interviews in Geneva in early October 2013. The authors also wish to acknowledge the ongoing support of colleagues in the Trade and Investment Research Project of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternaves. This report was commissioned by the Public Services Internaonal (PSI), but the views expressed are not necessarily those of PSI. Daniel Bertossa from PSI oered invaluable support and advice throughout the project.
Written by Scott Sinclair, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, andHadrian Mertins-Kirkwood, Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University