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How are MNEs answering the call to contribute positively to social issues in the countries where they operate?

This key question will be the subject of our next free webinar, featuring expert perspectives from the latest issues of the Journal of International Business Studies<> and Journal of International Business Policy<>.

This live conversation is open to the entire IB community, but you need to move quickly to save your spot: Online sign-up closes Monday, February 8.

Once you've signed up, be sure to keep an eye on your email inbox: That's where you'll receive your livestream access link, approximately 24 hours before the event.

Full details and a registration link for this session are available below. We look forward to seeing you online soon!

How MNEs Contribute to Social Sustainability in
Developing Countries

Time: February 9, 4pm GMT (View Local Time<>)


Multinationals, international business, and poverty: A cross-disciplinary research overview and conceptual framework<>
Ans Kolk, Miguel Rivera-Santos & Carlos Rufín Cumming
Presented by: Ans Kolk, University of Amsterdam

Enforcing higher labor standards within developing country value chains: Consequences for MNEs and informal actors in a dual economy<>
Rajneesh Narula
Presented by: Rajneesh Narula, University of Reading

The effect of institutional pressures on business-led interventions to improve social compliance among emerging market suppliers in global value chains<>
Anthony Goerzen, Simon Peter Iskander & Joerg Hofstetter
Presented by: Anthony Goerzen, Queen’s University

Jonathan Doh, Villanova University
Klaus Meyer, Western University

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