Suiting Themselves: How Corporations Drive the Global Agenda
For the last forty years transnational corporations have been mobilizing behind the scenes to ensure that governments of all persuasions adopt business-friendly policies and to secure corporate access to global markets in every corner of the world. Key corporate leaders have created powerful networks of business groups and international coalitions to mobilize political support for globalization and to reorient the policies of international institutions and national governments. Where persuasion has not been enough, economic pressure and coercion have been employed.
S. Beder. Suiting Themselves: How Corporations Drive the Global Agenda. London: Earthscan, 2006.
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