Luc Fransen
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Global rule-setting for business: A critical analysis of multi-stakeholder standards
LW Fransen, A Kolk
Organization 14 (5), 667-684, 2007
Multi-stakeholder governance and voluntary programme interactions: legitimation politics in the institutional design of Corporate Social Responsibility
L Fransen
Socio-economic review 10 (1), 163-192, 2012
Why do private governance organizations not converge? A political–institutional analysis of transnational labor standards regulation
L Fransen
Governance 24 (2), 359-387, 2011
The embeddedness of responsible business practice: Exploring the interaction between national-institutional environments and corporate social responsibility
L Fransen
Journal of business ethics 115 (2), 213-227, 2013
Corporate social responsibility and global labor standards: Firms and activists in the making of private regulation
L Fransen
Routledge, 2011
The politics of meta-governance in transnational private sustainability governance
L Fransen
Policy sciences 48 (3), 293-317, 2015
A market for worker rights: Explaining business support for international private labour regulation
L Fransen, B Burgoon
Review of International Political Economy 19 (2), 236-266, 2012
Fragmented or cohesive transnational private regulation of sustainability standards? A comparative study
L Fransen, T Conzelmann
Regulation & Governance 9 (3), 259-275, 2015
Codes of conduct and the promise of a change of climate in worker organization
R Gökhan Koçer, L Fransen
European Journal of Industrial Relations 15 (3), 237-256, 2009
Privatizing or socializing corporate responsibility: Business participation in voluntary programs
L Fransen, B Burgoon
Business & Society 53 (4), 583-619, 2014
Big audit firms as regulatory intermediaries in transnational labor governance
L Fransen, G LeBaron
Regulation & Governance 13 (2), 260-279, 2019
Global Labour‐Standards Advocacy by E uropean C ivil S ociety O rganizations: Trends and Developments
L Fransen, B Burgoon
British Journal of Industrial Relations 53 (2), 204-230, 2015
Work Ties Beget Community? Assessing Interactions Among Transnational Private Governance Organizations in Sustainable Agriculture
L Fransen, J Schalk, G Auld
Forthcoming in Global Networks, 2015
The multiplicity of international corporate social responsibility standards: Implications for global value chain governance
L Fransen, A Kolk, M Rivera-Santos
Multinational Business Review, 2019
Introduction to the special issue: public and private labor standards policy in the global economy
L Fransen, B Burgoon
Global Policy 8, 5-14, 2017
Beyond regulatory governance? On the evolutionary trajectory of transnational private sustainability governance
L Fransen
Ecological Economics 146, 772-777, 2018
Community structure and the behavior of transnational sustainability governors: Toward a multi‐relational approach
L Fransen, J Schalk, G Auld
Regulation & Governance 14 (1), 3-25, 2020
Global companies and the private regulation of global labor standards
L Fransen
The handbook of global companies, 437-455, 2013
Missing the bigger picture: a population-level analysis of transnational private governance organizations active in the global south
P Schleifer, M Fiorini, L Fransen
Ecological economics 164, 106362, 2019
Minding Their Own Business?: Firms and Activists in the Making of Private Labour Regulation
LW Fransen
Universiteit van Amsterdam [Host], 2010
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