Innovative scholarship is essential to bridge the gap between theory and practice in the emerging field of business and human rights.
The Center produces academic and popular writing and develops new teaching resources on business and human rights. The Center contributes to an emerging body of scholarship at the intersection of business ethics, management, and law. We regularly participate in academic conferences in these fields and publish articles in scholarly journals.
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- Baumann-Pauly, Dorothée, Andreas Georg Scherer, and Guido Palazzo. “Managing Institutional Complexity: A Longitudinal Study of Legitimacy Strategies at a Sportswear Brand Company.” Journal of Business Ethics 137, no. 1 (2015): 31-51.
- Nolan, Justine, Michael Posner, and Sarah Labowitz. “Beyond Kiobel: Alternative Remedies for Sustained Human Rights Protection.” American Journal of International Law and AJIL Unbound e-48-54 (2014).
- Business and Human Rights Young Researchers Summit, St. Gallen, Switzerland, April 2016
- Columbia University Teaching Business and Human Rights Forum, New York, New York, May 2016
- Business and Human Rights Scholars Conference, Seattle, Washington, September 2016