TITLE

Benefits and Practical Difficulties of Interplay of Foreign Private Capital Flows and Business Ethics for the Millennium Development Goal of Global Partnership for Development

AUTHOR(S)
Demaki, G. O.; Tsetimi, J.
PUB. DATE
November 2011
SOURCE
European Journal of Economics, Finance & Administrative Sciences;Nov2011, Issue 40, p169
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The discourse of the interplay of Foreign Private Capital Flow and Business Ethics for the millennium development goal of global partnership for development, highlights the benefits accruing to the host nations and the difficulties therein. The components of codes of ethics for best business practices for multinational corporations are disclosed. Solutions are also proffered for the realization of the millennium development by raising the consciousness of ethical business practice and their operations in the host nations. Realization of the global partnership for development, by developing nations including Nigeria, also require the reduction of their debt burden.
ACCESSION #
67703505

 

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