|Bibliography of recommended reading
International ‘Sustainable and Ethical’ Investment Rules
Tarrytown, NY December 2-4, 2001Aaronson, Susan. 2001. “Oh Behave! Voluntary Codes Can Make Corporations Model Citizens.” originally published in The International Economy
Washington DC: National Policy Association
Audley, John. 2001. “A Greener Fast Track, Putting Environmental Protection
Clemencon, Raymond. 2000. “Foreign Direct Investment and Global Environmental Protection-Why Environmentalists should favour Multilateral Investment Rules,”
International Institute for Sustainable Development and World Wildlife Fund. 2001.Private Rights, Public Problems, A guide to NAFTA’s controversial chapter on investor rights, Winnipeg: International Institute for Sustainable Development.
Jacobs, Didier. 2001. “The Potential and Limitations of Foreign Direct Investment for Development,” Oxfam America
McNally, Richard. 2001. “No investment within the WTO, Re-directing investment to promote sustainable development,” World Wildlife Fund International.
Mann, Howard, and Araya, Monica. 2001. “An Investment Regime for the Americas: Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainability,” Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy.
Neumayer, Eric. 2001. Greening Trade and Investment, Environmental Protection Without Protectionism, London: Earthscan.
Von Moltke, Konrad. 2000. “An International Investment Regime? Issues of Sustainable Development,” Winnipeg: International Institute for Sustainable Development.
Werksman, Jacob. Baumert, Kevin, and Dubash, Navroz. 2001. “Will International Investment Rules Obstruct Climate Protection Policies?” Washington DC: World Resources Institute.
Zarsky, Lyuba. 1999. “Havens, Halos and Spaghetti: Untangling the Relatioship Between FDI and the Environment,” in OECD, FDI and Environment.
Zarsky, Lyuba. 1997. “Stuck in the Mud? Nation-States, Globalisation and the Environment,” in OECD, Globalisation and the Environment.