All Articles on Global Economy and Corporate Responsibility

China and the global financial architecture

China is a critical component of the global financial architecture as both a member of the international institutions and as an institution-builder....

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Global Tax System Reform – will it help to address the Plight of African Women?


Chenai Mukumba (Tax Justice Network Africa) is sceptical that this will succeed. She explains why in a new FES W7 blog post.

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Protecting Women in Global Supply Chains? Gender-just Legislation is the Only Way!


Multinational companies have so far failed to adequately protect women’s rights and promote gender justice. A new FES W7 blog post by Franziska Korn...

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Engendering the Economy: What’s Gender Got to Do With It?


Prospects for an economic order that put women and girls in the spotlight. An FES W7 blog post by Marianna Leite, lawyer, researcher and activist from...

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To really leave no one behind

Hanoi's migrant manual workers keep the city running, but their already precarious work and living conditions have worsened during the pandemic.

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Seize the Change – Transnational Tactics for Labour Movements

Tina Blohm

How labour movements can use legal tactics and tools that result from a shift from voluntary forms of corporate social responsibility to mandatory...

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Protecting Human Rights in Supply Chains: Lessons from Bangladesh

In cooperation with the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, FES provides a new perspective showing how industry initiatives can help...

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How COVID-19 fuels the digital gender divide

It is high time to act and re-imagine our digital future in Asia.

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Who will foot the bill?

Global tax havens are still siphoning off vast sums of money. As Covid-19 continues to wreak havoc, the EU needs to step up. More on ips-journal.eu.

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The State of Tax Justice 2020 - Tax Justice in the Time of Covid


For the first time, a report documents tax losses using OECD transparency data on multinational corporations’ financial affairs.

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