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Is There Anyone Listening?: Women workers in factories in Central America, and Corporate Codes of Conduct

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AS A PART OF HER ON-GOING RESEARCH, MARINA PRIETO-CARRóN EXAMINES HOW CORPORATE CODES OF CONDUCT CAN RESPOND TO THE NEEDS AND INTEREST OF WOMEN WORKERS IN SUPPLY CHAINS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. SHE ARGUES THAT THEORIZING ON CSR SHOULD DRAW ON EMPIRICAL RESEARCH AND THEORIES OF GENDER AND POWER IF IT WANTS TO ACCOUNT FOR WOMEN'S (AND WORKER'S) EXPERIENCES. IN HER RESEARCH SHE SHOWS HOW IMPORTANT IT IS TO LISTEN TO WOMEN WORKERS’ ARGUMENTS ABOUT HOW TRANSNATIONALS AND RETAILERS AS WELL AS SUPPLIERS MUST IMPLEMENT CODES OF CONDUCT.:Development (2004) 47, 101–105. doi:10.1057/palgrave.development.1100058
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 September 2004

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