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The effects of globalization, together with the increase in foreign investment and resource development within the developing world, have created a context for human rights abuses by states in which corporations from the developed world are complicit.
This has led to what John Ruggie has identified as ‘governance gaps’. This book will consider how these gaps may be closed, examining: the status of corporations under international law; the civil liability of corporations for their participation in international crimes; and self-regulation through voluntary codes of conduct, such as the 2011 UN Guiding Principles.