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The Resource Corporate responsibility and labour rights : codes of conduct in the global economy, edited by Rhys Jenkins, Ruth Pearson and Gill Seyfang

Corporate responsibility and labour rights : codes of conduct in the global economy, edited by Rhys Jenkins, Ruth Pearson and Gill Seyfang

Label
Corporate responsibility and labour rights : codes of conduct in the global economy
Title
Corporate responsibility and labour rights
Title remainder
codes of conduct in the global economy
Statement of responsibility
edited by Rhys Jenkins, Ruth Pearson and Gill Seyfang
Title variation
Corporate responsibility and labor rights
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1948-
  • 1945-
  • 1969-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Jenkins, Rhys Owen
  • Pearson, Ruth
  • Seyfang, Gill
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  • Social responsibility of business
  • Industries
  • Industrial relations
  • Employee rights
Label
Corporate responsibility and labour rights : codes of conduct in the global economy, edited by Rhys Jenkins, Ruth Pearson and Gill Seyfang
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Ruth Pearson, Gill Seyfang
  • Mapping codes through the value chain : from researcher to detective
  • Stephanie Barrientos
  • Codes of conduct : perspectives from stakeholders in the global production chains.
  • Beyond codes : lessons from the Pentland experience
  • Lesley Roberts
  • The international trade union movement and the new codes of conduct
  • Dwight Justice
  • The emperor's new clothes : what codes mean for workers in the garment industry
  • Linda Shaw, Angela Hale
  • Introduction
  • Can codes of conduct help home based workers?
  • Lucy Brill
  • Regional perspectives.
  • 'Made in China' : rules and regulations versus codes of conduct in the toy sector
  • Alice Kwan, Stephen Frost
  • The contradictions in codes : the Sri Lankan experience
  • Kelly Dent
  • The potential of codes as part of women's organizations' strategies for promoting the rights of women workers : a Central America perspective
  • Marina Prieto, Angela Hadjipateras, Jane Turner
  • The fox guarding the chicken coop : monitoring garment production in Los Angeles
  • Rhys Jenkins, Ruth Pearson, Gill Seyfang
  • Laura Dubinsky
  • Practical issues in developing and implementing codes.
  • Working with codes : perspectives from the clean clothes campaign
  • Nina Ascoly, Ineke Zeldenrust
  • ETI : a multi-stakeholder approach
  • Mick Blowfield
  • Monitoring the monitors : a critique of third-party labour monitoring
  • Dara O'Rourke
  • Code monitoring in the informal Fair Trade sector : the experience of Oxfam GN
  • Rachel Wilshaw
  • Codes of conduct and global deregulation.
  • The political economy of codes of conduct
  • Rhys Jenkins
  • Labour rights/corporate responsibilities : the role of ILO labour standards
  • Jill Murray
  • 'I'll tell you what i want ... ' : women workers and codes of conduct
Control code
ocm50243760
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xvi, 232 p.
Isbn
9781853839313
Lccn
2002011681
Other physical details
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Label
Corporate responsibility and labour rights : codes of conduct in the global economy, edited by Rhys Jenkins, Ruth Pearson and Gill Seyfang
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Ruth Pearson, Gill Seyfang
  • Mapping codes through the value chain : from researcher to detective
  • Stephanie Barrientos
  • Codes of conduct : perspectives from stakeholders in the global production chains.
  • Beyond codes : lessons from the Pentland experience
  • Lesley Roberts
  • The international trade union movement and the new codes of conduct
  • Dwight Justice
  • The emperor's new clothes : what codes mean for workers in the garment industry
  • Linda Shaw, Angela Hale
  • Introduction
  • Can codes of conduct help home based workers?
  • Lucy Brill
  • Regional perspectives.
  • 'Made in China' : rules and regulations versus codes of conduct in the toy sector
  • Alice Kwan, Stephen Frost
  • The contradictions in codes : the Sri Lankan experience
  • Kelly Dent
  • The potential of codes as part of women's organizations' strategies for promoting the rights of women workers : a Central America perspective
  • Marina Prieto, Angela Hadjipateras, Jane Turner
  • The fox guarding the chicken coop : monitoring garment production in Los Angeles
  • Rhys Jenkins, Ruth Pearson, Gill Seyfang
  • Laura Dubinsky
  • Practical issues in developing and implementing codes.
  • Working with codes : perspectives from the clean clothes campaign
  • Nina Ascoly, Ineke Zeldenrust
  • ETI : a multi-stakeholder approach
  • Mick Blowfield
  • Monitoring the monitors : a critique of third-party labour monitoring
  • Dara O'Rourke
  • Code monitoring in the informal Fair Trade sector : the experience of Oxfam GN
  • Rachel Wilshaw
  • Codes of conduct and global deregulation.
  • The political economy of codes of conduct
  • Rhys Jenkins
  • Labour rights/corporate responsibilities : the role of ILO labour standards
  • Jill Murray
  • 'I'll tell you what i want ... ' : women workers and codes of conduct
Control code
ocm50243760
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xvi, 232 p.
Isbn
9781853839313
Lccn
2002011681
Other physical details
ill.

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