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    home > information resources > application guidance notes > Marrying Jekyll with Hyde? Transnational Enterprises, Pro-Poor Development and Sustainable Ethical Learning

    Marrying Jekyll with Hyde? Transnational Enterprises, Pro-Poor Development and Sustainable Ethical Learning


    (May 2005, 2004)

     

     

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    Introduction:

     

    Jekyll or Hyde? TNEs and Pro-Poor Development

    Parts 1 and 2

     

    Part 1 - Policing Mr. Hyde: Current Innovations in Social Auditing

    Part 2 - Promoting Dr. Jekyll: 'Creative Imagination' and 'Radical Transactiveness'

     

    Part 3 and Appendix

     

    Part 3 - Towards an Innovative Marriage:Framework and Challenges for Sustainable Ethical Learning

    Appendix - Global Initiatives on Corporate Social Responsibility and Employment

     

    References

     

    Application Guidance Notes
  • Strategic Impact Assessment and Enterprise Development
  • Women's Empowerment Through Sustainable Micro-finance
  • Learning and Decent Work for All: New Directions in Training and Education for Pro-Poor Growth
  • An Introduction to Gender Audit Methodology: its design and implementation in DFID Malawi
  • Marrying Jekyll With Hyde? Transnational Enterprises, Pro-Poor Development and Sustainable Ethical Learning
  • Measurement and Methodological Challenges to CARE International's Rights-Based Programming
  • Labour impact assessment:challenges and opportunities of a learning approachng
  • Assessing the Impact of Migrant Workers' Remittances on Poverty
  • Towards a framework for Assessing Empowerment
  • Advocacy for Poverty Eradication and Empowerment: Ways Forward for Advocacy Impact Assessment
  • Further Development of the Methodology for a Sustainability Impact Assessment of Proposed WTO Negotiations
  • Linking Small with Big -Measuring the Impact of Private Sector Involvement
  • Impact Assessment of Macro Level Policies on ICTs
  • Building Environmental Impact Assessment Guidelines for Small and Large Scale Enterprise
  • Local Exchange Trading Credit Systems
  • Enterprise Education
  • Post Conflict Regions
  • Regulatory Frameworks
  • Business Development Services
  • Information and Communications Technology
  • Rural Enterprise Development
  • Privatisation of State-owned Industries
  • Fair Trade
  • Micro-finance
  • Methodologies for Impact Assessment of Enterprise Development Interventions in Tourism
  • Regulatory Impact Assessment in Developing Countries: Research Issues
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