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Does Monitoring Improve Labor Standards?: Lessons from Nike
Social Science Research Network
Using a unique data set based on factory audits of working conditions in over 800 of Nike's suppliers in 51 countries, this paper seeks to explore whether or not monitoring for compliance with corporate codes of conduct --currently the principal way both global corporations and labor rights non-governmental organizations (NGOs) address poor working conditions in global supply chain factories --actually leads to remediation in terms of improved working conditions and enforced labor rights. Thedoi:10.2139/ssrn.916771 fatcat:awwbep4xfzbzrg7wmhbtsfnhku