Evidence on the geographical dimensions of corporate restructuring in the United States suggests that, if left to themselves, corporations often break the law or at least the spirit of law in furthering their economic interests. The design and implementation of restructuring involving the spatial relocation of work is in many instances conceived with the goal of circumventing corporations' social obligations. Workers' pension entitlements (and their contractual agreements with corporations on...Expand abstract
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- The full-text of this article is not available in ORA. Citation: Clark, G. L. (1992). 'Problematic status of corporate regulation in the United States: towards a new moral order', Environment and Planning A, 24(5), 705-725. [Available at http://www.envplan.com/A.html].
Problematic status of corporate regulation in the United States: towards a new moral order
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