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This bibliography of the book Human Rights and Business: A Policy-Oriented Perspective presents a list of reference books and articles. The book focuses on the New Haven School, the human rights and business debate. In seeking to proffer a solution to today's societal problem regarding human rights and transnational companies (TNCS), the New Haven School recognizes that the problem is multi-faceted and complex. Human dignity is critical to understanding why and how international law should be applied in the context of non-state actors (TNCS) that have been bestowed with certain enumerated rights under domestic and international law, but very few corresponding duties and obligations.

Keywords: business debate; human rights; international law; New Haven School; transnational companies (TNCS)



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