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“I consider the Business and Human Rights Journal essential reading for anyone seeking to keep up to date in this fast moving field. The Journal's blend of law, business ethics and political science and its diverse editorial board offers the reader a wide range of perspectives.” 
Andrew Clapham, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

BHRJ is the indispensable journal for scholars addressing rights issues in the global workplace.”
 Thomas Donaldson, The Mark O. Winkelman Professor, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

"In recent years, human rights have moved center stage in the debate on corporate responsibility. The BHRJ is the most important outlet for this debate."
Guido Palazzo, HEC Lausanne

“The topic of business and human rights is not only high on the political agenda, with a large number of countries and regions adopting action plans in this area and attempts, at international level, to further codify the issue. It is also playing an increasingly important role across a number of disciplines, ranging from corporate social responsibility and management studies to investment law and environmental law. Against this background, barely two years after it has been launched, the Business and Human Rights Journal is already making a difference: it has become the main reference for many activists who work in this field, and is increasingly cited in the scientific literature. Rarely has there been such a perfect match between the launch of a new publication and the urgency of meeting a new societal challenge.”  
Olivier De Schutter, Former UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food (2008-2014), Member of the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

“The Business and Human Rights Journal is an outstanding interdisciplinary academic journal on the topic of business and human rights. Its first volumes have published high quality peer-reviewed scholarship from pre-eminent and emerging scholars of different disciplines on this very topical and important area of study. With the quality of the volumes to date, the BHRJ is on track to become a leading global academic journal with significant impact on business and human rights scholarship and practice.” 
Penelope Simons, University of Ottawa

“Business and commerce are about human beings, and business cannot ignore human rights without violating the dignity of its stakeholders. This is why the new Business and Human Rights Journal is one of the most important new journals  not merely because of its focus on human rights, but more importantly, because it explicitly links commerce to human rights and human rights practices, an often neglected topic in the management literature.”
Patricia H. Werhane, DePaul University and University of Virginia