FAIR TRADE AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Sushil Mohan ()
Economic Affairs, 2009, vol. 29, issue 4, 22-28
This paper examines how the expansion of mainstreaming of Fair Trade over the last decade and the increasing corporate attention to social responsibility during the same period is resulting in Fair Trade evolving as a form of corporate social responsibility. We further examine the challenges this poses for the Fair Trade movement.
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