Dorothée Baumann-Pauly
Dorothée Baumann-Pauly
Director of Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights at Geneva School for Economics and
Verified email at stern.nyu.edu - Homepage
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Global rules and private actors—Towards a new role of the transnational corporation in global governance
A Scherer, G Palazzo, D Baumann
Business Ethics Quarterly 16 (4), 505-532, 2006
7152006
Organizing corporate social responsibility in small and large firms: Size matters
D Baumann-Pauly, C Wickert, LJ Spence, AG Scherer
Journal of business ethics 115 (4), 693-705, 2013
5752013
Democratizing Corporate Governance Compensating for the Democratic Deficit of Corporate Political Activity and Corporate Citizenship
AG Scherer, D Baumann-Pauly, A Schneider
Business & Society 52 (3), 473-514, 2013
1112013
Business as usual is not an option: supply chains and sourcing after Rana Plaza
S Labowitz, D Baumann-Pauly
Stern Center for Business and Human Rights, http://stern. nyu. edu/sites …, 2014
872014
Advancing the business and human rights agenda: Dialogue, empowerment, and constructive engagement
S Mena, M de Leede, D Baumann, N Black, S Lindeman, L McShane
Journal of business ethics 93 (1), 161-188, 2010
762010
The organizational implementation of corporate citizenship: An assessment tool and its application at UN Global Compact participants
D Baumann-Pauly, AG Scherer
Journal of business ethics 117 (1), 1-17, 2013
752013
Managing institutional complexity: A longitudinal study of legitimacy strategies at a sportswear brand company
D Baumann-Pauly, AG Scherer, G Palazzo
Journal of Business Ethics 137 (1), 31-51, 2016
622016
Industry-specific multi-stakeholder initiatives that govern corporate human rights standards: Legitimacy assessments of the Fair Labor Association and the Global Network Initiative
D Baumann-Pauly, J Nolan, A Van Heerden, M Samway
Journal of Business Ethics 143 (4), 771-787, 2017
612017
Beyond the tip of the iceberg: Bangladesh’s forgotten apparel workers
S Labowitz, D Baumann-Pauly
NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights, Leonard N. Stern School of …, 2015
602015
Business and Human Rights - From Principles to Practice
D Baumann-Pauly, J Nolan
Routledge, 2016
482016
Business as Usual is Not an Option
S Labowitz, D Baumann-Pauly
New York University Center for Business and Human Rights, 2014
262014
Made in Ethiopia: Challenges in the garment industry’s new frontier
PM Barrett, D Baumann-Pauly
Center for Business and Human Rights, NYU-Stern, May, 2019
252019
Five Years After Rana Plaza: The Way Forward
PM Barrett, D Baumann-Pauly, A Gu
April, Stern Centre for Business and Human Rights, New York University …, 2018
252018
Closing Governance Gaps in Bangladesh's Garment Industry–The Power and Limitations of Private Governance Schemes
D Baumann-Pauly, S Labowitz, N Banerjee
Available at SSRN 2577535, 2015
212015
Transforming the Garment Industry in Bangladesh: Sharing Responsibility
D Baumann-Pauly, S Labowitz, N Stein
Sustainable Fashion, 41-50, 2018
132018
Corporate Citizenship: Herausforderung für die Unternehmenskommunikation
AG Scherer, D Baumann
Handbuch Unternehmenskommunikation, 859-873, 2007
132007
Managing corporate legitimacy: a toolkit
D Baumann-Pauly
Routledge, 2017
122017
Making the business case for human rights: an assessment
D Baumann-Pauly, M Posner
Business and Human Rights - From Principles to Practice 1, 11 - 21, 2016
92016
Global rules and private actors: toward a new role for the transnational corporation
A Scherer, G Palazzo, D Baumann
Business Ethics Quarterly 16 (4), 505-32, 2006
92006
Global rules, private actors: the role of the multinational corporation in global governance
D Baumann
82009
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