Globalisation Asks for More Accountability

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Globalisation Asks for More Accountability
Nkosinathi Zvimba, CxO / Board, United Kingdom, Member
Globalization has seen the growth of multinational business such that it is estimated that over half of the largest ‘economic units’ in the world are corporations. Where such companies acted at one time with little apparent concern for business ethics and corporate responsibility, their effect on the social and physical environment has led to calls for improved accountability.
The increase in non-governmental organizations (NGOs), such as Oxfam, Christian Aid and Amnesty International has further encouraged multinational corporations to reflect on their responsibilities at every stage of the production process....Sign up

Accountability and Globalization Require Stable Economy
Marjan Khan , Student (MBA), Pakistan, Member
I agree with your statement. But from my point of view, such things are only possible internationally where there is a stable economy also where there...Sign up

Accountability and Globalization - The Context of MNCs
Lawrence Chinkhunda, Student (MBA), Malawi, Member
This is an interesting topic more especially now that every economy seeks to be diversified.
- The growth of multinationals is undoubtedly one of...Sign up

Corporate Accountability in Growing Economies
Worknesh, Business Consultant, Ethiopia, Member
I agree with the points above with reservation of the impact of globalization with nations that have yet growing economies. The challenge for them is ...Sign up

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