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This conclusory chapter of the book discusses the 'business and human rights' relationship from a law-oriented perspective. The challenge has been to do that without succumbing into a 'pure deterrence' mode of altering behaviour. The chapter carries implications for both categories of corporate social responsibility (CSR) sceptics: the CSR regime can offer a certain level of protection to rightholders in a difficult economic and political environment, and at the same time the regulation associated with the CSR regime may be more sensible and less intrusive than feared as it largely draws on good business practice. The chapter highlights the complementarity of law and CSR by emphasising their possible coexistence and interaction in complex regulatory regimes.

Keywords:corporate social responsibility (CSR) regime; law-oriented perspective



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