lecture11 - WomenWorkingintheGlobalEconomy:...

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Women Working in the Global Economy:  A Feminist Perspective Professor Yana Rodgers Women’s and Gender Studies Department Class 11: Corporate Social Responsibility and Codes of  Conduct Theoretical Underpinnings for Codes of Conduct
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Organization 1. Introductory remarks 2. Who are the stakeholders and why 3. Broad categories of codes of conduct 4. Content of codes of conduct 5. Case study: US Clothing Industry 6. Exercise: analyze 3 actual codes of conduct
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1. In global economy, production chains can be complex Large number of suppliers for particular buyers Single supplier produces for a number of buyers and be subject to different codes 2. Extent to which suppliers comply with codes depends on their location, size, employment conditions, and their positions in the global production chain 3. Knowledge of the full production chain can be difficult to obtain, but this gives important information for NGOs and unions to try to change codes. 4. Global sourcing:
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