The Cosmopolitical Corporation

Journal of Business Ethics 84 (3):361 - 372 (2009)
Abstract
In light of recent attempts to determine the political role and status of corporations I discuss the normative implications of considering multinational corporations (MNCs) as political actors. I posit that corporations do indeed have a new political role in a connected world, in particular with respect to matters of human rights, social and environmental justice. We thus find a growing need for ethical and political knowledge to inform and guide the emerging political co-responsibility of MNCs. I draw on the rich literature in cosmopolitanism to seek such guidance and discuss some of the implications that a cosmopolitan perspective implies
Keywords cosmopolitanism  social justice  global business ethics  global corporate citizenship
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    David Held (2005). Principles of Cosmopolitan Order. In Gillian Brock & Harry Brighouse (eds.), The Political Philosophy of Cosmopolitanism. Cambridge University Press.

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