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Free Content Corporate Social Responsibility in the International Shipping Industry: State-of-the-art, Current Challenges and Future Directions

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Corporate and intergovernmental actors recognize the importance of the international shipping industry for its role in facilitating trade and providing countries and firms with access to global markets. About 90% of all goods traded internationally are transported by sea (BIMCO, 2016a). This promotes economic development, creates jobs and boosts living standards around the world (Wilhelmsen, 2014; NYK, 2014; WEF, 2013, WTO/OECD, 2013; Maersk, 2015). Moreover, shipping is the most carbon-efficient mode of commercial transportation (BIMCO, 2016a; ICS, 2016), with much lower carbon emissions per unit weight carried per unit distance than the other main transport modes (WSC, 2016).
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Publication date: December 1, 2016

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