Elisa Giuliani, Grazia D. Santangelo, and Florian Wettstein invite international business scholars to study emerging market multinationals from the perspective of their human rights impact. Human rights is a new challenging issue in corporate social responsibility research, yet so far international business scholars have largely overlooked their role in the quality of work, access to water, and education in markets they operate. The perspective continues the leadership by Professor Anne Tsui, the founder of Management and Organization Review, in calling for a study of multinationals as part of global governance affecting people’s lives.

Human rights and international business research: A call for studying emerging market multinationals

GIULIANI, ELISA
2016

Abstract

Elisa Giuliani, Grazia D. Santangelo, and Florian Wettstein invite international business scholars to study emerging market multinationals from the perspective of their human rights impact. Human rights is a new challenging issue in corporate social responsibility research, yet so far international business scholars have largely overlooked their role in the quality of work, access to water, and education in markets they operate. The perspective continues the leadership by Professor Anne Tsui, the founder of Management and Organization Review, in calling for a study of multinationals as part of global governance affecting people’s lives.
Giuliani, Elisa
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