This list contains publications related to research on (compliance to) Codes of Conduct or Corporate Social Responsibility directly specified in child labour.
If available, hyperlink to publication included in author's name.
International Labour Organisation, OECD, International Organisation for Migration, and UNICEF. "Ending child labour, forced labour and human trafficking in global supply chains." Geneva, November 2019.
Johnson, E. “Business Lawyers are in a Unique Position to Help their Clients Identify Supply-Chain Risks Involving Labor Trafficking and Child Labor.” Business Lawyer, 2014-2015, Vol. 70, pp. 1083-1122.
International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour. “Child Labour: A Textbook for University Students.” International Labour Organisation, 2004.
Kolk, A, and van Tulder, R. “The Effectiveness of Self-Regulation: Corporate Codes of Conduct and Child Labour.” European Management Journal, 2002, Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 260-271.
Kolk, A, and van Tulder, R. “Child Labour and Multinational Code of Conduct: A Comparison of International Business and Stakeholder Codes.” Journal of Business Ethics, 2002, Vol. 36, pp. 291-301.