The governance gap : extractive industries, human rights, and the home state advantage

Clasificación: HD 3616 .D44 S611 2014 | Agregado: 09/10/2018

Penelope Simons, Audrey Macklin. -- London : Routledge, 2014.
xxxvii, 422 p.; 24 cm. -- (Routledge studies in governance and change in the global era ; 9)
ISBN 978-0-415-33470-9.
Incluye referencias bibliográficas.
Contenido: Introduction -- Talisman energy -- International law, domestic law and corporate human rights accountability -- A governance gap? -- The governance gap: extractive industries, human rights and the home state advantage -- Talisman in Sudan -- Introduction -- Talisman enters Sudan -- Controversy over Talisman in Sudan -- The United States picks up the ball -- Conclusion -- The governance gap: multistakeholder and intergovernmental initiatives -- Introduction -- Voluntary versus mandatory norms: a misleading distinction? -- Private law beyond the state: harder than hard law? -- Multistakeholder and intergovernmental self-regulatory initiatives -- Conclusion -- The governance gap: domestic laws and other governance mechanisms -- Introduction -- State obligations to regulate transnational corporate activity -- State regulation: command-and-control? -- Existing legislative mechanisms -- Failed legislative initiatives -- Conclusion -- Extractive industries, human rights and the home state advantage -- Introduction -- The components -- Beyond the CSR agency: ancillary home state instruments -- Conclusion -- Appendix.