Companies in a World of Conflict: NGOs, Sanctions and Corporate ResponsibilityPaperback
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- Publisher: Earthscan Ltd
- Format: Paperback | 314 pages
- Dimensions: 153mm x 209mm x 25mm | 504g
- Publication date: 1 June 1998
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 1853835366
- ISBN 13: 9781853835360
Large companies are now players on the international scene. As such, they are increasingly embroiled in issues traditionally part of international relations and diplomacy: sanctions, environmental politics, human rights and the control of strategic resources. This volume brings together experts from the corporate, political, legal and environmental sectors to examine the conflicts and dilemmas now faced by multinational companies - often most acutely by the petroleum industry - in setting ethical standards for their behaviour, where the limits imposed by governments and public opinion are unclear and changeable and exposure in the media can be merciless.
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John V. Mitchell is associate research fellow at Chatham House and former special adviser to the managing directors of British Petroleum.
Table of contents
International petroleum - a challenged industry?, Philip Watts and John Elkington; international sanctions by governments, Rosemary Hollis, Robert Pelletreau and Thomas Walde; non-governmental sanctions, Peter Willetts, Jack Spence and John Mitchell.