Responsibility Beyond Borders: State Responsibility for Extraterritorial Violations by Corporations of International Human Rights Law

@inproceedings{McCorquodale2007ResponsibilityBB,
  title={Responsibility Beyond Borders: State Responsibility for Extraterritorial Violations by Corporations of International Human Rights Law},
  author={Robert McCorquodale and Penelope Simons},
  year={2007}
}
  • Robert McCorquodale, Penelope Simons
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • States routinely provide support and assistance to their corporate nationals in their global trade and investment ventures. While states may not intend to allow corporate nationals to violate human rights in their extraterritorial operations, by their actions or omissions, states may facilitate, or otherwise contribute to, a situation in which such violations by a corporation occur. This article investigates the extent to which the extraterritorial activities of transnational corporations (TNCs… CONTINUE READING

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