ABSTRACT. My paper contributes to the literature by providing evidence on the discrepancies in corporate criminal liability, the development of intergovernmental regimes to secure compliance and enforcement of corporations with international norms, the possibility of holding corporations responsible under investment agreements, and adequate mechanisms for treating corporations as subjects of international law. This study is grounded in the considerable body of scholarship examining the scope of corporate criminal liability, the development of international corporate responsibility, international regimes that are of particular interest to corporate responsibility, the role of corporate actors in the commission of international crimes, and the role of corporations in the commission of international crimes in conflict zones. pp. 100–105

Keywords: corporate criminal liability, responsibility, comparative law

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