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dc.contributor.authorLópez Ruiz, Samara 
dc.contributor.authorGrande Gascón, María Luisa
dc.identifier.citationSamara López-Ruiz & Maria Luisa Grande-Gascón (2021): Pension funds: guarantors of international legality in Western Sahara? Evidence from Norway and Sweden, The Journal of North African Studies, DOI: [10.1080/13629387.2021.1917123]es_ES
dc.description.abstractNatural resources have been defined by the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, Polisario Front, and a number of non-governmental organisations not only as an essential part of the Western Sahara conflict, but also as a battlefield that has attracted the interest of the international community. This article explores how the ethical trade guidelines of two large institutional investors - the Norwegian and Swedish pension funds - have affected the behaviour of companies that export and exploit the natural resources of Western Sahara. The results of applying a triad-network model suggest that as pension funds have more instruments of influence, their strategy becomes more effective. Moreover, investments that follow ethical trade guidelines play a key role in pressuring companies to modify objectionable behaviours.es_ES
dc.rightsAtribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 3.0 España*
dc.subjectWestern Saharaes_ES
dc.subjectPension fundses_ES
dc.subjectNatural resources es_ES
dc.subjectInternational law es_ES
dc.subjectEthical businesses_ES
dc.titlePension funds: guarantors of international legality in Western Sahara? Evidence from Norway and Swedenes_ES

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