New book "Regulating Corporate Human Rights Violations - Humanizing Business", by Surya Deva (flyer provides 20 percent discount)

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10 January 2012

Regulating Corporate Human Rights Violations - Humanizing Business [book profile on Routledge website]

Author: Book by Surya Deva of Univ. of Hong Kong; published by Routledge

Building on literature in the fields of law, human rights, business ethics, management, regulation and philosophy, this book proposes a new ‘integrated theory of regulation’ to overcome inadequacies of the existing regulatory framework in order to humanize business. This book will be of interest to scholars, students, researchers, policy makers and human rights activists working in the fields of Law, Business and Human Rights.

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9 January 2012

[PDF] Regulating Corporate Human Rights Violations - Humanizing Business [flyer provides 20 percent discount]

Author: Book by Surya Deva, City Univ. of Hong Kong; published by Routledge

This book grapples with and offers solutions to three major regulatory challenges to obligating companies to comply with human rights norms whilst doing business: why companies should adhere to human rights, what these responsibilities are, and how to ensure that companies comply with their responsibilities...[book takes the Bhopal gas tragedy as a case study]

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