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Human rights and corporations (Loan 2 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Kinley, David lecturer in law.
Title Statement
Human rights and corporations / edited by David Kinley.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Farnham, England ;   Burlington, VT :   Ashgate Pub. ,   c2009.  
Physical Medium
xix, 540 p. ; 26 cm.
Series Statement
International library of essays on rights
ISBN
9780754627425 (alk. paper) 075462742X (alk. paper)
Content Notes
Introduction -- Framing the relationship -- "Human rights and multinationals: is there a problem?" / Peter Muchlinski (2001), International Affairs, 77, I, pp. 31-47 -- "The amorality of profit: transnational corporations and human rights" / Beth Stephens (2002), Berkeley Journal of International Law, 20, pp. 45-90 -- "Human rights codes for transnational corporations: what can the Sullivan and MacBride principles tell us?" / Christopher McCrudden (1999), Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 19, pp. 167-201 -- "Business and human rights" / David Weissbrodt (2005), University of Cincinnati Law Review, 74, pp. 55-74 -- "Multinational corporations and the ethics of global responsibility: problems and possibilities" / Mahmood Monshipouri, Claude Welch, Jr. and Evan Kennedy (2003), Human Rights Quarterly, 25, pp. 965-989 -- "Human rights: the emerging norm of corporate social responsibility" / Claire Moore Dickerson (2002), Tulane Law Review, 76, pp 1431-1460 -- Conceptual perspectives -- "Protecting human rights in a globalized world" / Dinah Shelton (2002), Boston College International & Comparative Law Review, 25, pp. 273-322 -- "Corporations and human rights: a theory of legal responsibility" / Steven Ratner (2001), Yale Law Journal, 111, pp. 443-546 -- "Meta-regulation: legal accountability for corporate social responsibility" / Christine Parker (2007); in Doreen McBarnet, Aurora Voiculescu and Tom Campbell (eds), The New Corporate Accountability: Corporate Social Responsibility and the Law, Cambridge University Press -- Practice, problems and potential -- "The sangam of foreign investment, multinational corporations and human rights: an Indian perspective for a developing Asia" / Surya Deva (2004), Singapore Journal of Legal Studies, 2004, pp. 305-327 -- "The UN human rights norms for corporations: the private implications of public international law" / David Kinley and Rachel Chambers (2006), Human Rights Law Review, 6, pp. 447-497 -- "Engage, embed, and embellish: theory versus practice in the corporate social responsibility movement" / John Conley and Cynthia Williams (2005), Journal of Corporation Law, 31, pp. 1-38 -- "Separating myth from reality about corporate responsibility" / Harold Koh (2004), Litigation, Journal of International Economic Law, 7, pp. 263-274 -- "The interface between globalisation, corporate responsibility and the legal profession" / Halina Ward (2004), University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 1, pp. 813-856 -- Index.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Human rights. Social responsibility of business. International business enterprises -- Law and legislation.
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505 0 ▼a Introduction -- Framing the relationship -- "Human rights and multinationals: is there a problem?" / Peter Muchlinski (2001), International Affairs, 77, I, pp. 31-47 -- "The amorality of profit: transnational corporations and human rights" / Beth Stephens (2002), Berkeley Journal of International Law, 20, pp. 45-90 -- "Human rights codes for transnational corporations: what can the Sullivan and MacBride principles tell us?" / Christopher McCrudden (1999), Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 19, pp. 167-201 -- "Business and human rights" / David Weissbrodt (2005), University of Cincinnati Law Review, 74, pp. 55-74 -- "Multinational corporations and the ethics of global responsibility: problems and possibilities" / Mahmood Monshipouri, Claude Welch, Jr. and Evan Kennedy (2003), Human Rights Quarterly, 25, pp. 965-989 -- "Human rights: the emerging norm of corporate social responsibility" / Claire Moore Dickerson (2002), Tulane Law Review, 76, pp 1431-1460 -- Conceptual perspectives -- "Protecting human rights in a globalized world" / Dinah Shelton (2002), Boston College International & Comparative Law Review, 25, pp. 273-322 -- "Corporations and human rights: a theory of legal responsibility" / Steven Ratner (2001), Yale Law Journal, 111, pp. 443-546 -- "Meta-regulation: legal accountability for corporate social responsibility" / Christine Parker (2007); in Doreen McBarnet, Aurora Voiculescu and Tom Campbell (eds), The New Corporate Accountability: Corporate Social Responsibility and the Law, Cambridge University Press -- Practice, problems and potential -- "The sangam of foreign investment, multinational corporations and human rights: an Indian perspective for a developing Asia" / Surya Deva (2004), Singapore Journal of Legal Studies, 2004, pp. 305-327 -- "The UN human rights norms for corporations: the private implications of public international law" / David Kinley and Rachel Chambers (2006), Human Rights Law Review, 6, pp. 447-497 -- "Engage, embed, and embellish: theory versus practice in the corporate social responsibility movement" / John Conley and Cynthia Williams (2005), Journal of Corporation Law, 31, pp. 1-38 -- "Separating myth from reality about corporate responsibility" / Harold Koh (2004), Litigation, Journal of International Economic Law, 7, pp. 263-274 -- "The interface between globalisation, corporate responsibility and the legal profession" / Halina Ward (2004), University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 1, pp. 813-856 -- Index.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction; Part I Framing the Relationship: Human rights and multinationals: is there a problem?, Peter Muchlinski; The amorality of profit: transnational corporations and human rights, Beth Stephens; Human rights codes for transnational corporations: what can the Sullivan and MacBride principles tell us?, Christopher McCrudden; Business and human rights, David Weissbrodt; Multinational corporations and the ethics of global responsibility: problems and possibilities, Mahmood Monshipouri, Claude E. Welch Jr and Evan T. Kennedy; Human rights: the emerging norm of corporate social responsibility, Claire Moore Dickerson. Part II Conceptual Perspectives: Protecting human rights in a globalized world, Dinah Shelton; Corporations and human rights: a theory of legal responsibility, Steven R. Ratner; Meta-regulation: legal accountability for corporate social responsibility, Christine Parker. Part III Practice, Problems and Potential: The sangam of foreign investment, multinational corporations and human rights: an Indian perspective for a developing Asia, Surya Deva; The UN human rights norms for corporations: the private implications of public international law, David Kinley and Rachel Chambers; Engage, embed, and embellish: theory versus practice in the corporate social responsibility movement, John M. Conley and Cynthia A. Williams; Separating myth from reality about corporate responsibility litigation, Harold Hongju Koh; The interface between globalisation, corporate responsibility and the legal profession, Halina Ward; Index.


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