Companies with a high profile are more likely to become the focus of anti-sweatshop protests.
What happens when educators transplant successful practices from the charter sector to the public school system?
Social connections help drive protest mobilization—as long as those connections aren't too close.
International food assistance can lead to a spike in the occurrence of armed conflict within a country.
Variances in the experience of producer countries strongly affect how fair trade markets have evolved.
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Philanthropic activity is increasing worldwide in ways that reflect a shared ethos of humanitarian "virtue."
In China, a new kind of NGO has started to embed the values of civil society in its provision of social services.
Traditional aid organizations and newer, more volunteer-driven groups view their work in notably different ways.
Community activists have a lot of potential influence on whether large retailers enter a local market.
Simple steps to reduce conflicts of interest can improve both pollution reporting and regulatory compliance.