The Export of Hazard: Transnational Corporations and Environmental Control Issues

The Export of Hazard: Transnational Corporations and Environmental Control Issues

by Jane H. Ives (Editor)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781138242906
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 07/23/2018
Series: Routledge Library Editions: Multinationals Series
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword Ralph Nader; Editor’s Preface; Acknowledgements; 1. Hazardous Exports: A Consumer Perspective Susan B. King 2. A Review of US and International Restrictions on Exports of Hazardous Substances Andrew B. Waldo 3. Hazard Export: Ethical Problems, Policy Proposals and Prospects for Implementation Ruth Ruttenberg 4. Exporting Hazardous Industries: "For Example" is Not Proof Charles Levenstein and Stanley W. Eller 5. The Double Standard in Industrial Hazards Barry I. Castleman Response to Levenstein-Eller Critique Barry I. Castleman 6. Occupational Health and the Economic Development of Latin America David Michaels, Clara Barrera and Manuel G. Gacharna 7. Hazard Export in the Developing Irish Republic Jane H. Ives 8. Policy Issues in Technology Transfer Nicholas A. Ashford 9. Remedies against Hazardous Exports: Compensation, Products Liability and Criminal Sanctions Shelia Jasanoff 10. Export of Hazardous Industries: The View from a Local Union in the United States James L. Weeks 11. Future Directions for US Public Policy Initiatives on Hazard Export Issues David F. Noble 12. The Health Effects of the Transfer of Technology to the Developing World: Report and Case Studies Jane H. Ives Export of Hazardous Products from the United States: A Bibliography Rashid A. Shaikh Appendix: The Bhopal Disaster as a Case Study in Double Standards Barry I. Castleman and Prabir Purkavastha; Index

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