Setting Global Standards: Guidelines for Creating Codes of Conduct in Multinational Corporations
PART ONE: THE ROLE OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF INCREASING GLOBALIZATION AND FREE TRADE.
Chapter 1. The Blessings and Perils of Globalization: A Tale of Two Peoples.
Chapter 2. Sweatshops and Human Rights Abuses: Evidence from the Field.
PART TWO: MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS' RESPONSES TO CHANGE.
Chapter 3. Multinational Corporations' Responses to Public Criticism: Failure of Communications Strategies.
Chapter 4. Corporate Codes of Conduct: Parameters and Analysis.
Chapter 5. Proactive Corporate Responses: Voluntary Codes of Conduct.
PART THREE. GROUP-BASED APPROACHES.
Chapter 6. The Sullivan Principles in South Africa: A Regionwide Approach to Codes of Conduct.
Chapter 7. The United Nations Global Compact: Corporate Leadership in the World Economy.
Chapter 8. The Fair Labor Association: Problems with an Industry-Based Approach to Codes of Conduct.
PART FOUR: CASE STUDIES.
Chapter 9. Nike, Inc.: Missed Opportunities to Effective Code Compliance.
Chapter 10. The Walt Disney Company: A Progressive Approach to Monitoring Compliance.
PART FIVE: NEW APPROACHES TO VIABLE CODES OF CONDUCT.
Chapter 11. Guidelines for Creating Multinational Codes of Business Conduct.
Chapter 12. Independent Monitoring Systems: Transparency in Code Implementation, Compliance, and Verification.
Chapter 13. Mattel, Inc.: Global Manufacturing Principles—A Model Approach to Code Implementation and Independent Monitoring.
PART SIX: LESSONS LEARNED AND UNLEARNED—GUIDELINES FOR THE FUTURE.
Chapter 14. Corporate Social Accountability and International Codes of Conduct: An Assessment.