Social Risks in Transnational Supply Chains: Interlinking Migration and Development

©Manishankar Prasad In the past few years, “sustainability”, at least in ethos and rhetoric, has crept into the everyday conversation regarding globalized private sector companies, especially those with fragmented yet structurally tightly-knit supply chains, who source materials and products from across continents.  Meanwhile, social and environmental safeguards have become a critical aspect of lending by … Continue reading Social Risks in Transnational Supply Chains: Interlinking Migration and Development