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Article

17 Dec 2004

Author:
Fafo Institute for Applied Social Science & Intl. Peace Academy

Business and International Crimes: Assessing the Liability of Business Entities for Grave Violations of International Law

While there is growing consensus that business activities can have a detrimental impact on security and human rights in weak and war-torn states, to date there are few effective remedies available...Business and International Crimes consists of three parts...[which] map the provisions of the relevant international and national laws and summarize the jurisprudence developed by national and international case law.