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SPOTLIGHT: RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS CONDUCT
Corporate leaders: Your supply chain is your
responsibility, Roel Nieuwenkamp, Chair, OECD Working Party on Responsible Business Conduct
Corporate social responsibility: Emerging good
practice for a new era, Jane Nelson, Director, CSR Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School
- Still lives
Ready-made garments in Bangladesh: No
longer a forgotten sector, Khadija Farhana, Freelance Journalist, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Which way forward? Roundtable of
government, business, labour and civil
society, with: Lilianne Ploumen, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Co-operation, The Netherlands; Marine de Carné, Ambassador for Corporate Social Responsibility, France; Winand Quaedvlieg, Chair of BIAC’s Investment Committee; Philip Jennings, General Secretary, UNI Global Union; Janos Pasztor, Acting Executive Director, Conservation, WWF International
EDUCATION AND SKILLS
Teaching class, Andreas Schleicher
Business brief: ONLYGLASS on how the disadvantaged can succeed in business
TRADE AND TECHNOLOGY
Technology-powered trade: Energising sustainable development in international trade, Saemundur Finnbogason, Research Student, Lund University, Sweden, and Hanne Melin, Policy Strategy Counsel EMEA, eBay Inc.
- OECD Forum: Let’s make wisdom matter!
- 2014: Ministerial Council Statement
- Recent speeches by Angel Gurría; List of OECD ambassadors
- Calendar; Frankie.org
- Review: Bitcoin: More than a bit part?
- Current bestsellers
- Recently published
- Focus on business ethics and corporate governance
- Review: Myanmar invests in a new future
- OECD Observer Crossword
- The economics of happiness; Air pollution kills
- Is there more to life than football? “Transformar o Jogo Bonito em Vida Bonita”, Anthony Gooch
- Main economic indicators
- Tolerance in crisis
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