Harrington, Alexandra R.
November 2011
Albany Law Review;2011, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p483
Academic Journal
The article examines the relationship between globalization and corporate social responsibility regimes that are made in relation to multinational corporate actions. It reflects how corporate social responsibility and multinational corporation (MNC) can assist in improving labor rights within developed and developing countries. It examines labor issues arising due to the emergence of globalization and MNCs.


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