Caroline Kaeb (University of Pennsylvania Wharton School – Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research) wrote a thought-provoking book review published on the Business and Human Rights Journal (Cambridge University Press) of Business and Human Rights in Europe International Law Challenges (ed. Angelica Bonfanti):

"The relevance of this book to business and human rights, particularly in Europe, is unquestionable. It is topical and rigorous in its analysis of the multiple levels of law(international, regional and national) and the largely progressive developments in the European theatre, and thus merits serious attention across academic and practitioner spectrums. [...] Overall, Business and Human Rights in Europe commands respect as a scholarly work that both informs and instructs the specialist and the generalist. The book should be kept close at hand by all who care deeply about this field of endeavour. "
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