The concept of forced labor has historical, political, economic, ideological, and sociological dimensions. The relationships among them are circular, not linear. Political and ideological forces impact economic institutions and human behavior, and economic forces in turn influence politics. Economists have for a long time shown little interest in forced labor.
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