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Professor Rajneesh Narula presents at Academy of International Business Webinar

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The webinar will take place on 9th February at 4pm GMT. For more information about the webinar, please see here.

WEBINAR PROGRAM

Multinationals, international business, and poverty: A cross-disciplinary research overview and conceptual framework
Ans Kolk, Miguel Rivera-Santos & Carlos Rufín Cumming
Presented by: Ans Kolk, University of Amsterdam

Enforcing higher labor standards within developing country value chains: Consequences for MNEs and informal actors in a dual economy
Rajneesh Narula
Presented by: Rajneesh Narula, Henley Business School, University of Reading

The effect of institutional pressures on business-led interventions to improve social compliance among emerging market suppliers in global value chains
Anthony Goerzen, Simon Peter Iskander & Joerg Hofstetter
Presented by: Anthony Goerzen, Queen’s University

Co-Moderators:
Jonathan Doh, Villanova University
Klaus Meyer, Western University

Professor Rajneesh Narula

Director of the Dunning Centre for International Business (stakeholder engagement)
Published 8 February 2021
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