TUAC Roundtable: Review of the OECD Corporate Governance Principles and OECD Guidelines on the Corpo

24 June 2014

Presentation by Margaret Wachenfeld (Institute for Human Rights and Business) at the TUAC Roundtable "OECD Review of the Principles of Corporate Governance and the Guidelines on the Corporate Governance of SOEs -- What are the implications for the rights of stakeholders?" - 25 June 2014, OECD Conference centre.

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