Found 3 article(s) for author 'Multinational Corporations'

Multinationals as Global Institution: Power, Authority and Relative Autonomy

Multinationals as Global Institution: Power, Authority and Relative Autonomy. John Gerard Ruggie, June 8, 2017, Paper, “This article aims to inform the long-standing and unresolved debate between voluntary corporate social responsibility and initiatives to impose binding legal obligations on multinational enterprises. The two approaches share a common feature: neither can fully specify its own scope conditions, that is, how much of the people and planet agenda either can expect to deliver. The reason they share this feature is also the same: neither is based on a foundational political analysis of the multinational enterprise in the context of global governance.Link

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The global agglomeration of multinational firms

The global agglomeration of multinational firms. Laura Alfaro, April 2014, Paper. “The explosion of multinational activities in recent decades is rapidly transforming the global landscape of industrial production. But are the emerging clusters of multinational production the rule or the exception? What drives the offshore agglomeration of multinational firms in comparison to the agglomeration of domestic firms? Using a unique worldwide plant-level dataset that reports detailed location, ownership, and operation information for plants in over 100 countries, we construct a spatially continuous index of agglomeration and analyze…” Link

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Multinational Corporations, Global Justice and Corporate Responsibility: A Question of Purpose

Multinational Corporations, Global Justice and Corporate Responsibility: A Question of Purpose. Nien-he Hsieh, 2013, Paper. “Do multinational corporations (MNCs) have a responsibility to address unjust conditions—not simply by refraining from contributing to injustice, but also by actively working to bring about a just state of affairs? This paper examines whether this question can be meaningfully addressed without having to engage two contentious debates in contemporary scholarship…” Link Verified October 12, 2014

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