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Edited by Professor Beate Sjåfjell, University of Oslo and Professor Irene Lynch Fannon, University College Cork.
Published by Cambridge University Press, 2018
Editors: Andenas, Mads, Deipenbrock, Gudula (Eds.)
With articles from Trude Myklebust and Giuseppe Bianco.
According to the professors Beate Sjåfjell and Anita Halvorssen, the government must let the oil and the gas in the Arctic stay in the ground, if Norway is to comply with its national and international environmental commitments.
Juan Carlos Ochoa-Sanchez, “The Roles and Powers of the OECD National Contact Points regarding Complaints on an Alleged Breach of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises by a Transnational Corporation,” The Nordic Journal of International Law, Volume 84, Issue 1, 2015, pp. 89 – 126, DOI: 10.1163/15718107-08401006.
Climate change makes it necessary for companies to work sustainably. In this special issue, three scholars raises the questions of what possibilities and barriers enable or hinder corporate sustainability in Norway, Poland and the UK.
Norway is one of the most egalitarian countries with a high level of gender equality and a high percentage of women at work. Nevertheless, as shown in this article, mandatory rules appeared necessary to bring about the desired change in the composition of the Boards.
How effective is the EU public procurement law in light of the overarching goal of sustainability? Having analysed this quetsion, there are still some major issues which remain unsolved, according to the editors Beate Sjåfjell and Anja Wiesbrock.
The article of Błażej Kuźniacki, PhD Research Fellow at the Department of Public and International ( a member of the Research Group Companies, Markets, Society and the Environment) titled "EEA Exemption from Norwegian CFC rules" that was published in the Norwegian tax journal Skatterett 3/2014, pp. 260–302 is nominated for the price "The Article of the Year - 2014" of the Universitetsforlaget.
Edited by Beate Sjåfjell and Benjamin Richardson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press.
The relationship between environmentally sustainable development and company and business law has emerged in recent years as a matter of major concern for many scholars, policy-makers, businesses and nongovernmental organisations.