From Extraction to Emancipation
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This book is co-published by ABA Section of International Law and Carolina Academic Press.
With a distinguished and diverse group of contributors, this edited volume uses Guatemala as a case study to examine broad global themes arising from development practices in emerging economies. It offers important lessons to investors and policy makers on strategies to improve distributional justice and respect for the rule of law, including human rights and environmental norms. The book examines global themes such as climate change, extractive industries, labor regimes, and forced migration, all of which have transborder implications and across-border commonalities. Moving beyond identifying problems, the contributors focus on creative solutions to help developing nations and corporations engage in more sustainable business practices.
|Sold By||Carolina Academic Press|
|ISBNs||9781531010188, 1531010180, 9781531010195, 1531010199|
|Number of Pages||320|