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Volume 15, Numbers 3-4, June 2005

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Editorial
pp. 249-250(2)
Author: Eade, Deborah

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Public resistance to privatisation in water and energy
pp. 286-301(16)
Authors: Hall, David; Lobina, Emanuele; Motte, Robin

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Public service privatisation and crisis in Argentina
pp. 302-315(14)
Author: Rodríguez-Boetsch, Leopoldo

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Private-sector development in a transition economy: The case of Vietnam
pp. 349-361(13)
Author: Schaumburg-müller, Henrik

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Corporate responsibility and the movement of business
pp. 375-388(14)
Author: Utting, Peter

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Corporate responsibility or core competence?
pp. 405-412(8)
Authors: Hayes, Barbara; Walker, Bridget

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Size matters: the need for human-scale economic institutions for development
pp. 439-450(12)
Authors: Oram, Julian; Doane, Deborah

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Java furniture makers: Globalisation winners or losers?
pp. 514-521(8)
Authors: Loebis, Lienda; Schmitz, Hubert

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Managing ethical standards: When rhetoric meets reality
pp. 529-538(10)
Author: Dhanarajan, Sumi

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What difference can they make? Assessing the social impact of corporate codes of practice
pp. 539-545(7)
Authors: Nelson, Valerie; Martin, Adrienne; Ewert, Joachim

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Leveraging change in the working conditions of UK homeworkers
pp. 546-558(13)
Author: Williams, Peter

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Reaching the marginalised? Gender value chains and ethical trade in African horticulture
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Authors: Tallontire, Anne; Dolan, Catherine; Smith, Sally; Barrientos, Stephanie

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