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    The Wal-Mart Supply Chain Controversy.N. Craig Smith & Robert J. Crawford - 2006 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 3:143-164.
    Wal-Mart received widespread praise for its response to Hurricane Katrina when it hit the Louisiana coast in August 2005 and low prices at the world’s largest retailer are estimated to save consumers billions of dollars a year. Nonetheless, it was coming under increasing criticism for corebusiness practices, ranging from detrimental effects on communities when Wal-Mart stores are established, to abusive labour practices, to alleged sourcing from sweatshops. This case looks at the benefits and the potentially harmful consequences of the Wal-Mart (...)
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    The Wal-Mart Supply Chain Controversy.N. Craig Smith & Robert J. Crawford - 2006 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 3:143-164.
    Wal-Mart received widespread praise for its response to Hurricane Katrina when it hit the Louisiana coast in August 2005 and low prices at the world’s largest retailer are estimated to save consumers billions of dollars a year. Nonetheless, it was coming under increasing criticism for corebusiness practices, ranging from detrimental effects on communities when Wal-Mart stores are established, to abusive labour practices, to alleged sourcing from sweatshops. This case looks at the benefits and the potentially harmful consequences of the Wal-Mart (...)
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    Unilever and Oxfam: Understanding the Impacts of Business on Poverty (A) and (B).N. Craig Smith & Robert J. Crawford - 2008 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 5:63-112.
    In 2003, Unilever and Oxfam embarked on a groundbreaking “learning project” designed to better understand the impacts of business on poverty. Developing countries were seen as an essential component of Unilever’s corporate strategy, with developing and emerging markets forecast to account for 90% of the world’s population by 2010. Unilever had long been present in many of these markets and increasingly had come to see that its future growth would depend upon its contribution to addressing issues of social and economic (...)
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    Unilever and Oxfam: Understanding the Impacts of Business on Poverty (A) And.N. Craig Smith & Robert J. Crawford - 2008 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 5:63-112.
    In 2003, Unilever and Oxfam embarked on a groundbreaking “learning project” designed to better understand the impacts of business on poverty. Developing countries were seen as an essential component of Unilever’s corporate strategy, with developing and emerging markets forecast to account for 90% of the world’s population by 2010. Unilever had long been present in many of these markets and increasingly had come to see that its future growth would depend upon its contribution to addressing issues of social and economic (...)
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    Results of the 2001 Census of African penguinsSpheniscus Demersusin South Africa: First Measures of the Impact of theTreasureoil Spill on the Breeding Population.Anton C. Wolfaardt, Leslie G. Underhill, Robert J. M. Crawford & Norbert T. W. Klages - 2001 - Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa 56 (1):45-49.
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