Ahpaly Coradin and Amy Epstein Gluck’s Article, “ESG and Human Rights in Modern Supply Chains: The Limits of Transparency”, Published in Michigan Business Law Journal Fall 2021.

Dec 08, 2021
  • Environmental, Social & Governance
  • FisherBroyles News

ESG initiatives in the U.S. have centered on voluntary, transparency-based frameworks, such as for corporate disclosures.  However, applying only transparency-based frameworks to supply chain risk management can have unintended consequences, as shown in the two case studies discussed in this article.  Read the full article here.

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