experience due to the dark side of child slavery and forced labor as they are illiterate and depend on work for basic needs. Well, concerning corporate social responsibility, the action of child labor and trafficking is covered up by the government and is unjustifiable as these children are passed to monitored borders. The social responsibility of cocoa industries not only in the Ivory Coast but in the world lack laws and regulation of human rights and labor acts to mitigate the danger it holds for children's future. Even if Fairtrade exists, you have indicated in particular that
DISCUSSION 3 most of the time, consumers do not consider the source of the product but the products itself. I can say that the only way is to enforce CSR and owners to be accountable for their actions in these plantations. "Demand and Supply- EconMovies #4: Indiana Jones". The film episode introduces Indiana Jones's use of demand, supply shift curves along with equilibrium. Indiana Jones portrays the important and good qualities of an economist. He understands market concepts of demand and supply of pets and animals as well (Cliffford, 2014). By the use, if skills, he can find the equilibrium price that is useful in businesses. Also, the film shows the importance of understanding the concept of substitute goods in a market as well as the way it alters or changes the demand curve and equilibrium price. The film explains the relationship that is associated with supply and demand curve and the effect on product pieces in the market when one entity shifts.
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