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Good Corporate Citizenship and the Conduct of Multinational Corporations

M Sornarajah, LLM (Yale), LLD (London), was Head of the Law School of the University of Tasmania before joining the National University of Singa­pore Law School where he is a Professor of Law. He was Sterling Fellow at the Yale Law School, Research Fellow at the Centre for Inter­national Law, Cambridge and the Max Planck Institut fur Offentliches Auslandisches Recht at Heidelburg, Germany, and International Law Fellow and Visiting Professor at American University at Washington DC. He is currently a Professorial Fellow at the Centre for Petroleum and Natural Resources Law at the University of Dundee, Scotland, Director of the UNCTAD/WTO Pro­gramme on Investment Treaties, a Fellow of the Austra­lian Centre for International Commercial Arbi­tration and is on the Regional Panel of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre.

This article covers the present regulations (or more precisely the lack of them) governing the conduct of multinational corporations, as well as contemporary thinking on how and by whom the conduct of multi­national corporations should be regulated, in addition to legal framework on encouragement and protection of foreign investment.

(2003) 21 Law in Context 224

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