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AuthorsA. Kolk, R.J.M. van Tulder
TitleEthics in international business: multinational approaches to child labor
JournalJournal of world business
Volume39
Year2004
Issue1
Pages49-60
ISSN10909516
FacultyFaculty of Economics and Business
Institute/dept.FEB: Amsterdam Business School Research Institute (ABS-RI)
KeywordsInternational business enterprises; Business ethics; Child labor; Personnel management
ClassificationNAICS/Industry Codes: 56111 Office Administrative Services
AbstractHow do multinationals address conflicting norms and expectations? This article focuses on corporate codes of ethics in the area of child labor as possible expressions of Strategic International Human Resource Management. It analyses whether fifty leading multinational adopt universal ethical norms (related to exportive HRM) or relativist ethical norms (related to adaptive HRM and multi-domestic strategies). Child labor is not an issue where universalism prevails. Although some multinationals adhere to universal ethical norms, HRM practices are largely multidomestic. To manage the ethical dilemmas, shown from case material, strategic trade-offs (concerning strategy context, process and content, and particularly organizational purpose) are outlined.
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