When businesses are bad, who you gonna call?

Most businesses are good. They pay their taxes, they create employment, they abide by the laws, and they generally contribute to the societies in which they operate. But unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. And when businesses behave badly, the human consequences can be devastating: factories collapse killing thousands; workers, often children, are treated like slaves; rivers, lakes, and even seas are rendered lifeless, and entire species are threatened.

In order to deal with cases of bad business behaviour such as these, we would need...READ MORE ON OECDINSIGHTS.ORG

Originally published on oecdinsights.org on 3 August 2015.


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