Date of Award
International business enterprises -- Corrupt practices -- Southeast Asia -- Prevention, International business enterprises -- Social aspects -- Southeast Asia, Corporate governance, Social responsibility of business, United Nations -- History, United Nations -- Political activity
In this paper I will argue that multinational corporations have exploited the resources, endangered the environment and produced goods for profit at the expense of cheap labor by the inhabitants of less developed nations, specifically the people in South East Asia who sometimes work long hours in unsafe environmental conditions to maintain a decent living. I will also argue why it is important for all nation-states throughout the world have a moral obligation to strengthen the United Nation’s policies against such exploitation through regulations and other means deemed acceptable by the world populace.
Smith, Marcellius, "Strengthening United Nation’s Global Human Rights Policies against Exploitation by Multinational Corporations in South East Asia" (2014). University Honors Theses. Paper 32.