Global Project Finance, Human Rights and Sustainable Development


Global Project Finance, Human Rights and Sustainable Development

This book looks at the positive and negative effects project finance has on societies: for socially responsible investment versus the constraints placed upon the investing parties. The book takes these positive and negative impacts and tries to marry the demands of commercial performance with respect for human rights and environmental protection. It sets out the basics behind the finance model, observes the positive and negative features and goes on to look at international case studies. Finally, it goes on to make proposals for reform.


 Reviews:

"Thanks to the wealth of information and analysis put into the contributions and the high-standard editorial coordination... [this book] represents essential reading in the field and is, therefore, warmly recommended."
- Riccardo Sciaudone, Journal of Energy and Natural Resource Law



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