The Balance of Sovereignty and Common Goods Under Economic Globalization

Philosophy in the Contemporary World 12 (2):46-52 (2005)
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Common goods and political sovereignty of nation-states are intertwined, since without government the orderly treatment of common goods would be unlikely. But large corporations, especially global multinationals, reshape and restrict national sovereignty through economic forces. Consequently, corporations have specific social responsibilities. This article articulates those responsibilities as they pertain to managing common goods.

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