Edition: 2nd Edition
This book is one of five recommended reading titles for 'Supply chain diligence' (PD4).
Split into four parts the book firstly deals with the conceptual basis for MNE regulation, explaining the growth of MNEs, their business and legal forms and the relationship between them and the effects of a globalising economy and society upon the evolution of regulatory agendas in the field.
Part two covers the main areas of economic regulation including the limits of national and regional jurisdiction over MNE activities, controls, and liberalisation of entry and establishment, tax, company, and competition law.
Part three introduces the social dimension of MNE regulation covering labour rights, human rights, and environmental issues, and Part IV deals with the contribution of international law and organizations to MNE regulation and to the control of investment risks, covering the main provisions found in international investment agreements and their recent interpretation by international tribunals.