This essay applies a legal theory of global corporate citizenship to the question of women’s distributional equality in foreign direct investment (“FDI”). It proposes ways that a legal theory of mandatory global corporate citizenship can expand the ways we think about regulating transnational corporations and promoting gender equality.
32 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 1 (2010).
Anderson, Rachel J., "Promoting Distributional Equality for Women: Some Thoughts on Gender and Global Corporate Citizenship in Foreign Direct Investment" (2010). Scholarly Works. Paper 543.