Corporations as Political Actors – A Report on the First Swiss Master Class in Corporate Social Responsibility
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Keywordsfirms as political actors; global governance; stakeholder collaboration; conflict zones; corporate accountability; political responsibility; NGO legitimacy; consumer responsibility; hard and soft law; human rights;
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