International Investment for Sustainable Development critically examines the interface between sustainability, development, and the governance of international investment. It challenges the conventional view that foreign direct investment is a 'miracle drug' for developing countries and exposes serious shortcomings in the current international investment regime. Composed of norms, agreements, treaties and regulations, the emerging investment regime expands the rights of transnational corporations (TNCs) without commensurate rewards for the common good. Drawing on both research and engaged advocacy, the contributors ultimately map out a new way forward, towards the creation and implementation of international investment rules that will promote global sustainability and equity.Perhaps the key challenge for GRI remains the creationof a uniform reporting format that is meaningful, yet still flexible ... set ofprinciples for corporations listedon the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), banksand financial services regulatedanbsp;...
|Title||:||International Investment for Sustainable Development|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-05-23|