Publication year: 2021
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Analyzes the implementation of CSR reporting and codes of business conduct and ethics in the legal systems of the USA, Austria and China and their enforcement in international supply chain arbitrations. demonstrates that long-term profit maximization is increasingly intertwined with corporate ethics and CSR policies. In order to prevent window-dressing and greenwashing, certain control mechanisms and legal standards are required along the entire supply chain.
Subject: Religion and Philosophy, CSR in China, Austria and the USA, Consolidations of arbitrations, Violation of code of business conduct and ethics, Supplier code of conduct, Supply chain disputes, Long-term profit maximization, Joinders of additional parties in arbitrations, Business Ethics, Dispute Resolution, Mediation, Arbitration, Sustainable Development