This Report is the fifth and final in a series that reviews measures that home states can use to incentivise responsible business conduct (RBC) and disincentivise irresponsible conduct of extractive companies operating abroad. It reviews measures used by stock exchanges where extractive companies typically list among the selected countries covered in this series that are members of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD),or (BRICS). The following stock exchanges were reviewed for this Report: Australian Securities Exchange, the Sao Paolo Stock Exchange, the Toronto Stock Exchange, China Mainland Shenzhen Stock Exchange, the Hong Kong Exchange, Oslo B?rs, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, and London?s Alternative Investment Market. The analysis is based on the data set out in the Annex.
How Home Governments Can Incentivise Responsible Business Conduct of Extractive Companies Operating Abroad: The Role of Capital Markets
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