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Coordinated Compliance Research Group

The Coordinated Compliance Research Group focuses on factors supporting and inhibiting coordinated compliance with international trade and human rights standards. Reflecting the new orientation and prospects for significant new findings in our Phase II project, this Research Group combines the scholars and activities from the Phase I International Trade and Human Rights Research Groups into a single unit focused on coordinated compliance.

Spanning the national boundaries of the Country Research Teams, this Research Group is responsible for developing research instruments and protocols to test the potential for coordinated compliance, which will then be localized through collaboration with the Country Research Teams. The Group also has opportunities to collect and analyze data and research reporting on factors influencing coordinated compliance with trade and human rights standards globally, in order to help refine our research in the five economies selected for study.

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