Bound to slavery: Policy mixes to address forced labor in global value chains

46th Annual Conference of the European International Business Academy (EIBA) 
10-12 December 202o 

The event is restricted to conference participants. More news about the conferences are available here.

The Panel “Critical Perspectives in Global Value Chains” is scheduled on the 11th of December from 9:00 to 10.30 CET. 

Contributors

Title

Ans Kolk, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Business School

Introduction to the panel: Tackling grand challenges in global value chains – The role of MNEs

Roger Strange, University of Sussex

The 2020 Covid 19 pandemic and global value chains

Axèle Giroud, Alliance Manchester Business

Investment in agriculture and gender equality in developing countries

Louise Curran, Toulouse Business School,

Global value chains in a world of rising scepticism on globalization

Elisa Giuliani, Responsible Management Research Center (REMARC), University of Pisa

Bound to slavery: Strategy mixes to address forced labour in global value chains

Noemi Sinkovics, The University of Auckland Business School

Introducing the Business Responsibility Matrix, a diagnostic tool to aid the design of better interventions for achieving the SDGs

 

Starting Time

9:00

December 11, 2020

Ending Time

10:30

December 11, 2020

Address

EIBA Online 2020

Event Participants