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Utrecht Journal: Legal Aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility



The Utrecht Journal of International and European Law has issued a special edition of its journal entitled “Legal Aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility”, Vol 30, No 78 (2014).

The contents are as follows:

Tineke Lambooy, “Legal Aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility” – 1-6

Justine Nolan, “Refining the Rules of the Game: The Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights”, 7-23

Chilenye Nwapi, “Jurisdiction by Necessity and the Regulation of the Transnational Corporate Actor”, 24-43

Carola Glinski, “Competing Transnational Regimes under WTO Law”, 44-67

Scott Robinson, “International Obligations, State Responsibility and Judicial Review Under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises Regime”, 68-81

Benjamin Thompson, “Was Kiobel Detrimental to Corporate Social Responsibility? Applying Lessons Learnt From American Exceptionalism”, 82-98

Jeffrey A Van Detta, “Sexual Orientation, Human Rights, and Corporate Sponsorship of the Sochi Olympic Games: Rethinking the Voluntary Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility”, 99-124

Roger H J Cox, “The Liability of European States for Climate Change”, 125-135

Rhuks Ako, “Review of Corporate Social Responsibility of Multinational Corporations in Developing Countries: Perspectives on Anti-Corruption”, 136-138

Benjamin Thompson,  Erica Teeuwen, Ilina Georgieva, “The Legal Aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility: Interview with Ursula Wynhoven”, 139-144

Rosalien Diepeveen, Yulia Levashova and Tineke Lambooy, Conference Report: “Bridging the Gap between International Investment Law and the Environment”, 4th and 5th November, The Hague, The Netherlands”, 145-160.

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